The Sunday Times Festival of Education 2014
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The Festival Of Education Office

The Festival of Education Office is open between 9.00am and 5.00pm weekdays only.  The Festival team; Gemma Radford, Louise Hunter and Ian Picken would be more than happy to help you with your queries.

Please contact the Festival of Education Office on:

Telephone: 01483 423008



Festival Of Education Tickets
Come and help change the future of education
The Sunday Times Festival of Education – An unmissable event for academics, teachers, policy-makers, parents, students and anyone who cares about education
Ticket Type
Standard Day Ticket:
Standard 2 Day Ticket:
Family 2 Day Ticket (Maximum 4 attendees):
Student Day Ticket (12 & under):
Student Day Ticket (13-18):
Student 2 Day Ticket (13-18):
Student Day Ticket (19+ & NQT):
Student 2 Day Ticket (19+ & NQT):
Family Day Ticket (Maximum 4 attendees):
Multi-Buy Discount: Contact Festival Office on: 
  • Teachers accompanying 10+ students will also pay student ticket price
  • We offer a multi-buy discount for schools sending 5 or more members of staff
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Director's Blog
June 18, 2013
When I begin to put together the programme for the Education Festival I rarel...
June 05, 2013
Ian Fordham  Co-founder, The Education Foundation – the UK’s educati...
May 22, 2013
Dr Justin Garrick  Head of School, Canberra Grammar School, Austral...
Education Festival Archives
June +
Interview with Ruth Sparkes, director of EMPRA (marketing & PR for education)
What do school leaders really think?
Football's coming home - to the Festival
May +
April +
The principal who's coming to EdFest with all his teaching staff
Simon Mayo
The games wizard equipping children for the future
March +
Who might you bump into in the glamping area?
June +
Only Connect
Britain's 'education game' has just started - the journey ahead
May +
The game of British education is up
NAHT conference
A message for Stephen Twigg
April +
Only connect
Reflections on Thatcherism and education
Post-conference blues
March +
Messy education (Part 2)
Messy education (Part 1)
Welcome to the Festival blog
January +