Program

DAY 1    6 JUNE

Dr Andrew Fuller, Dr Michael Carr-Gregg and Dr Lea Waters are our Keynote Speakers on Thursday, 6 June. Between them, these high-profile speakers hold an extensive range of knowledge and skills in the field of child and adolescent psychology. Such knowledge and skills are shared through presentations, research, academic writing, and regular contributions to various media platforms. Between them, today’s speakers also work closely with numerous organisations committed to the promotion of well-being in young people. Day One of the conference will also feature three workshop sessions that will continue the focus on the conference themes of resilience, relationships, and rigour.

Program Day 1 2019

StartActivity
08:20AMRegistration
08:50Music Performance
09:00Welcome - Acknowledgement of Country, Housekeeping and Introduction to Keynote #1: Dr Andrew Fuller
09.15Keynote #1: Dr Andrew Fuller
10:20Workshops (Themed around Keynote #1)
10:50Morning Tea
11:15Introduction to Keynote #2: Dr Michael Carr-Gregg
11:20Keynote #2: Dr Michael Carr-Gregg
12:25PMWorkshops (Themed around Keynote #2)
12:55Lunch
13:45Music Performance
13:55Introduction to Keynote #3
14:00Keynote #3: Dr Lea Waters
15:05Workshops (Themed around Keynote #3)
15:35Drinks & Canapes

Drinks & Canapes [included in your registration]
The first day ends with an opportunity to relax and chat with colleagues.

DAY 2   7 JUNE

Today’s exciting line-up of keynote speakers includes Simon Brooks and Dr Jarad Cooney Horvath. Simon has enjoyed many years’ experience in senior educational leadership roles, working in both government and independent sectors in the UK and Australia. He currently works with educators and schools to facilitate “Cultures of Thinking,” whereby children become engaged, critical, and creative thinkers. Jared is an academic, researcher, and author in the field of Educational Neuroscience with a focus on learning, memory, and attention. Jared is currently dedicated to bringing the latest brain and behavioural research to teachers, students, and parents. Day Two of the conference will also feature three workshop sessions that will continue the focus on the conference themes of resilience, relationships, and rigour.

Program Day 2 2019

TimeActivity
08:20Registration
08:50 Music Performance
09:00Welcome & Housekeeping
09:05Introduction to Keynote #4:
09:10Keynote #4: Simon Brooks
10:15Workshops (Themed around Keynote #4)
10:45Morning Tea
11:10Introduction to Keynote #5
11:15Keynote #5: Jared Cooney Horvath
12:20Workshops (Themed around Keynote #5)
12:55Lunch
13:40Introduction to Keynote #6: Damien Thomlinson
13:45Keynote #6: Damien Thomlinson
14:45Conference Closing Remarks: Peter Allison and Anni Sandwell

The King’s School is a NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) registered provider of Professional Development. Completing Strong Men: Soft Hearts & Sharp Minds on 6 & 7 June, 2019 will contribute 8 Hours 30 Minutes of NESA Registered PD addressing Standard Descriptors 4.1.2, 6.1.2, 6.2.2, 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for teachers maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.