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The conference, which will explore the Trusts’ collective roles in shaping the educational landscape across Cambridgeshire, takes place on:

Tuesday 28th March 2017
9.30am – 1.00pm
(Followed by lunch and networking until 2.00pm)
At the Buckingham House Lecture Theatre, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, CB3 0DF

Lord Nash, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Schools, is the keynote speaker. Other key speakers include Tim Coulson, Regional Schools Commissioner for the East of England; Jonathan Lewis, Deputy Director of the Regional School Commissioner Office for the East of England; Mark Reeve, Chairman of the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership; and representatives from the business community, CMAT and The Cam Academy Trust.

Limited spaces are available – to reserve your place please RSVP to phil.smith@athene-communications.co.uk by Friday 17th March 2017.

Refreshments will be provided throughout the day, including a networking buffet lunch. 70 parking spaces are available at the Murray Edwards College car park, which can be accessed via Storeys’ Way. Spaces are on a first-come, first-served basis. Alternatively visitors can use the Park and Ride on Madingley Road to ensure easy parking.

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