Countdown to IFL, East is on!

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There are just a few weeks to go until the International Festival of Learning East, delivered in partnership with two fantastic sponsors: Pearson and Raising The Bar. If you haven’t clocked eyes on the speaker line-up, do so as there are just a few exhibitor tables remaining!

Speakers include:

  • Amanda Spielman – Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, Ofsted
  • Dr Emily Grossman – Science Broadcaster, Writer & Educator,  Honorary STEM Ambassador
  • Ed Dorrell – Head of Content, TES/Festival  panel host
  • Darren Henley – CEO, Arts Council England
  • And many, many more from a variety of education sectors

Exhibitors include:

  • Norse
  • Opus Teach
  • Suffolk County Council
  • Form the Future
  • Dance East
  • Scottish Power
  • Many, many more

Would your business like to exhibit?

If you would like to showcase your business to 1000’s of delegates from the education sector, IFL East is a great opportunity to do so. To explore the last remaining 2x1m exhibition tables in a guaranteed high footfall space, please get in touch with the festival team via email who will share details of price reductions.

For more information on the festival, simply head across to

Festival updates can be seen on Twitter  too, take a look #IFLEAST

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