RGS Worcester family of schools – Remote Education Panel

A picture of TrilbyTV director Neil Emery hosting a panel event for remote learning in education at the BETT showTrilbyTV are honoured to be chairing an event on Wed, 24 February that will be focusing on Remote Education. The online gathering which is being run by the RGS Worcester Family of Schools will be concentrating on what has gone well as remote learning has become more embedded during the pandemic and what has gone wrong as well as the lessons we can take forward to improve education.

It comes at a time when remote learning has become the main resource for schooling the majority of children up and down the country and globally. Schools have been able to adapt their curricula and utilise technology to facilitate the continuity of learning during the most challenging of times. RGS Worcester’s aim from this gathering is to build on these successes and offer the opportunity for schools and colleges to hear from experts across the education spectrum who have been involved nationally at the cutting edge of remote education.

Live Q&A discussion on remote learning

A picture of RGS Worcester's digital signage screen

As well as highlighting the phenomenal effort by teachers nationwide providing remote education during the covid-19 pandemic, the event will also have a live Q&A discussion. This will include a panel with some very special guests from a variety of UK school contexts, including TrilbyTV’s Neil Emery who is thrilled to have been selected,

“The last 12 months have seen some radical changes being made to the way that we educate the next generation. The teachers involved have gone above and beyond in not only supporting home learning but finding new and innovative ways to do this. This event is a great way for us all to share ideas and experience, while celebrating the fantastic job that teachers are doing to ensure that children continue to learn during this surreal time.”

About RGS Worcester

A picture from RGS Worcester's school signage, encouraging children to was their hands

Royal Grammar School Worcester are an Apple Regional Training Centre and here at TrilbyTV we are proud to have them as part of the community. Back in July we caught up with Director of Innovation at RGS Worcester, John Jones, about how they were using digital signage to reopen school safely, along with an ‘Under the Hat’ session. The event will also be supported by our good friends and leading Apple Solution Expert for Education – Albion Computers.

A picture of John Jones, director of innovations at RGS Worcester

To join the event and listen to RGS, Neil and the panel of other industry experts just click here to book a ticket.

It will be taking place Wed, 24 February, 17:00 – 18:00 GMT.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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