Sir John Jones back in Rural Victoria

by | Apr 25, 2017 | Bush Voices

High calibre, inspirational, deep thinking and engaging are just some of the ways educators have described being in the company of Sir John Jones when he discusses education and how best to ‘make a difference to student learning’.
The Country Education Partnership, in partnership with a number of rural education communities, is pleased to be hosting Sir John Jones across rural communities within Victoria and South Australia during June and July this year.
Sir John will be facilitating a series of one day forums in three locations across Victoria:
  • Monday, 26th June in Ballarat
  • Tuesday, 27th June in Wodonga
  • Wednesday, 28th June in South Gippsland
  • Thursday 29th June in Melbourne
  • Friday, 30th June in Mildura
More specific details of these forums can be gained by clicking on the link:  Sir John Jones Forums.

Throughout these forums, Sir John will remind educators of the tremendous power they have to transform lives and also explore how their role will have to adapt to a rapidly changing world – indeed one that does not yet exist.

While exploring some new thinking around free learning, growth mindsets, school in the cloud and expeditionary learning, Sir John will underpin his message with a reminder that while children will forget most of what we make them think they will never forget how we made them feel.’ 

So, bring your leadership team, or your whole staff, to one of these outstanding and highly engaging forums, facilitated by one of the worlds most sort after and inspiring education leaders and presenters.

For more information on these highly engaging and sort after forums, please click on the link:

Sir John Jones Forums 2017.


Click on the flier: Sir John Jones 2017