We are delighted to announce that Stirling Education will be hosting the 3rd International Conference on Education and Teaching (ICET) 2023. The event will take place in London on March 17th 2023 at the Dilly Hotel and will be welcoming educational experts, educators, trainers, education policy makers, and community leaders from the national and international community with the goal of promoting education and contributing to the development of schools as well as teachers’ professional development.
The theme of this year’s ICET is exploring education in a way that can nurture and appeal to Generation Z and Alpha. With the advent of technology and a new globalised, digitalised world, schools are having to ask the question of whether they are ready to keep up with new generations. ICET will provide the perfect opportunity to discuss these challenges and how leaders in education can provide solutions.
In addition to the conference, we are excited to announce that there will also be an afternoon tea at the House of Lords at 3:30pm. This will be an opportunity for attendees to network and discuss the conference further in a more relaxed setting.
We hope that ICET 2023 will provide a platform where we can collectively reflect on developments and new approaches to schooling so that together we can pave the way for educational success.
‘Stirling Education’s Global CEO Tim Fisher took a trip to Iraq recently where he took the opportunity to visit staff and pupils across the country in a number of schools. One of the primary focuses of his visit was to promote the upcoming International Conference on Education & Training (ICET) that will be taking place in London early next year.
Mr Tim Fisher also attended an important ceremony honouring outstanding academic achievement by our pupils as well as congratulating the students who won the HIPPO International English Language Olympiad earlier this year.
One of Tim’s visits included a trip to Anbar University in Ramadi. Discussions were held on potential joint cooperation with Stirling Education and British Universities – including the introduction of dual degrees and research collaboration. The President of the University also discussed development plans and gave Mr Tim Fisher, alongside his accompanying delegation a tour of the University grounds and the various faculties within.
In addition to visiting Universities, Mr Tim Fisher also paid a visit to Baghdad Stirling Girls’ School where he reviewed the Year 11 girls’ art ahead of their upcoming art show and shared a few words of encouragement with the pupils.
Stirling held a particularly important discussion about the opportunity to support and collaborate on various projects, especially on student exchanges between Universities in the UK and the University of Baghdad. Stirling will also promote potential collaborations across other Iraqi Universities such as the University of Anbar and the University of Kirkuk and UK Universities, providing our students in Iraq the opportunity to experience education abroad.
We look forward to our upcoming collaborations and projects and hope this is the beginning of many more.
I would like to take this opportunity to extend you all a warm welcome back to the new school year. I hope you have had a wonderful summer break and are well-rested.
This new academic year marks the beginning of yet another splendid journey into the education of our students, none of which is possible without your hard work, commitment and support. I look forward to a productive cooperation with you to ensure that our students achieve their highest potential. As such, I am committed to providing you all with the best facilities and tools to help you do your job with as much ease as possible.
As co-operative partners we share the responsibility of ensuring that our students are successful and that parents are happy with their child’s progress. This year it is our goal at Stirling Education, to engage further with parents and encourage their involvement to help bridge the home-school gap in order to achieve even greater outcomes. I am also eager to hear your feedback on how we can assist you further.
I wish you all good luck and hope you have a productive start to the year!
The long reign of Queen Elizabeth II was marked by her strong sense of duty and her determination to dedicate her life to her throne and to her people. On her 21st birthday the young Princess Elizabeth declared to the Commonwealth that
‘my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service.’
For more than 70 years, through times of prosperity, innovation and hardship, Her Majesty never wavered on that pledge, leading by example and showing the world what true service and dedication means.
On behalf of everyone at Stirling Education, I would like to express our sincerest condolences on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts and prayers are with all members of the Royal Family at this time.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II leaves behind a remarkable legacy, having ruled for longer than any other monarch in British history, and her faithful leadership, selfless service and voice of reassurance throughout her seventy-year reign will be remembered by us all.
School has finally begun and it is our pleasure to welcome you all back! We hope you enjoyed your summer break and that it was filled with joyous moments. Throughout the holidays we have been working hard in preparation for the new academic year to ensure your child and you have a smooth transition back into school, and a prosperous year ahead.
It is always our mission to help every child feel welcomed, relaxed and well cared for as part of our Stirling Education family. We strive to encourage and inspire our students in the learning process to help them find themselves. We believe in nurturing and supporting the development of strong and resilient characters who think independently and are ready for growth and improvement.
This year, we would like to encourage more parent-teacher co-operation to help bridge the home-school gap and to give an opportunity to parents to get involved with their child’s school life. We would love for you to come forward with any suggestions surrounding challenges your child may be facing so that together, we can create a positive learning environment that your child will enjoy.
We have no doubt that by working together and incorporating a positive outlook, we are able to achieve great things!
We would like to thank everyone who joined our Educational CPD Programme on Monday. Sumbella Khan and Jennifer Law, thank you both for sharing with us your expertise and experience and for engaging all the participants. We’re certain this will be a memorable experience for everyone and something that they can carry with them into the world of education.
We look forward to organising more events like these!