Introducing our new keynote for the Regional Day Out
01 Nov 2018
We are sorry to advise that Alastair Leighton can no longer join us for the Regional Day Out, but we welcome Derek Scott as the new keynote.
Derek is CEO/Principal of Haileybury. With campuses across Victoria and China, Haileybury is Australia’s largest school and recipient of the 2018 Australian School of the Year Award.
Derek will share the opportunities and challenges in developing Haileybury City - Melbourne's first ever vertical school. For the growing number of families living in the CBD, Haileybury City has increased the options for local, independent education.
How will the rise of vertical schools impact broader approaches to education?
*Please note our program is currently being updated with the new keynote address
Two weeks to go - tours filling fast!
We have an insider tip on Tour B: Library at the Docklands and Arup.
Be one of the first to see the brand new Arup premises. Those who have stepped inside rave at how "un-office" it is: no desks, no lifts, and oodles of green space. With its focus on the physical and mental wellbeing of staff, this is a workplace ahead of its time.
On top of its stunning waterfront views and 21st century services, Library at the Docklands is Australia's most sustainable building. Explore how a three way public-private partnership delivered this unique community asset.
- Keynote address by Derek Scott, CEO/Principal, Haileybury School
- Q&A with a panel of leading inner urban education leaders, faciltated by Maxine McKew
- Selected tours of landmark educational facilities including 2017 LEA Regional Award winner, Arts West at The University of Melbourne
- Tour and evening drinks at South Melbourne Primary School, the first vertical school developed by the State of Victoria
Members $240 + GST, non-members $295 + GST, students $195 + GST (limited availability).
All registrations include 2 site tours, brunch, snacks and networking drinks.
The day begins at 9am at The Pavilion at Melbourne's iconic Arts Centre. Early afternoon site tours will depart to all corners of the city, before converging on Victorian Chapter Award winner South Melbourne Primary School for a tour and networking drinks until 5.30pm.
LEA members are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting at 5.30pm.
Photos: Arup (Arup), Dianna Snape (Library at the Dock)
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