Booking is now open for the The Earwig Ambassador’s Conference 2023 on Thursday 29th June.
Following the success of last years ambassadors conference at the beautiful Denbies Vineyard in Surrey, we have decided to head north this year, and will hold the conference at the Garstang hotel and golf course, in the heart of the Lancashire fells,on Thursday 29th June. As before, there is alchohol involved. This time, it’s a gin tasting experience at the famous Goosenargh Gin Distillery.
The event is held to give us an opportunity to talk to the senior people from Earwig client schools about how Earwig can improve to provide special school staff with an even better and more feature-rich experience with the software. This year, we’ll be looking at EHCP provision monitoring, behaviour tracking, improved reporting and analytics, extra features for MATs and Earwig LITE for outreach units.
The conference is open to school Earwig administrators, ambassadors and any members of the SLT from Earwig schools. Each conference ticket includes all meals and overnight accommodation and a choice of the gin tasting or round of golf on the Garstang course.
Each participant will receive a CPD certificate.
Tickets are £300 each but we guarantee that you will come away with ideas that will save your school many times that.
Transport to and from the Garstang Country Hotel is not included.
You can reduce the cost by referring Earwig to someone you know at another special school. £50 off for each school (max 3).
Thursday 29th June
10.30am Welcome with coffee and danish
11-12.45pm Conference session 1
2-3.30pm Conference session 2 and CPD certificates
4pm Trip to The Goosenargh Gin Distillery or 18 holes at Garstang Golf Club
7pm Drinks and 3 course dinner at hotel
Friday 30th June
8 – 9am Breakfast at the hotel
What people had to say
“I just wanted to say a massive thank you for literally hosting the best conference I’ve ever been to (and I have been to a lot).”
Ellie Capas, QE2 School
“It was just great – there were some really interesting discussions and expertise in the group”
Maurice George, Brookfields School
“Such a brilliant event combing both work and pleasure”
Kiriaki Gkini, Ickburgh School
“Just a fantastic day – it was so good to meet other special schools and share ideas about Earwig”
Rachael Eggar, Step by Step School
“Was great to meet everyone yesterday. Some really interesting discussions and expertise in the group. Really purposeful day.”
Anthony Carlo, St John’s School
“It was, as Tine Turner famously sang – simply the best. The Earwig hospitality sets the standard for looking after their schools.”
Jody Tranter, Snowflake School