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We’ve always said that teachers know best.

Published 25th April 2018 by Lucy Evans

No one knows the inner workings of a school better than the teachers themselves. It’s the teachers who see what works and what doesn’t working in their classrooms, day in day out. It’s the teachers that know what resources are invaluable, and which get left gathering dust or taking up space on their hard drives.

 

That’s why at our Roadshow events touring schools across the country this Spring, we’re asking YOU to set the agenda. We’re travelling across England, ready and armed to help schools tackle the real issues facing them. With expert educationalist Mick Walker leading the seminars, he’ll ask you where your school is facing challenges, and tailor his seminar to suit your schools specific needs.

During the workshops, you’ll have the opportunity to network with the teachers from your community, discussing how your unique challenges can be overcome, helping improve processes, and save your schools money along the way.

“Often there are some really simple changes that can be made that can help schools save thousands of pounds,” explains Mick Walker. “Frog’s roadshow events are designed to help foster a real sense of community between local schools, with teachers sharing their own experiences and tips for how they can save money, facilitated by Frog experts who are on hand to offer advice and support throughout the roadshow. Whether you’re a Frog customer or not, it doesn’t matter. This isn’t about selling Frog- it’s genuinely about giving something back to teachers and helping schools to find the money they need from budgets that are continually being reduced.”

 

The Frog Roadshow will be touring:

 

MANCHESTER
Whalley Range School, 1st May

 

SUNDERLAND
Farringdon Community College, 4th May

 

BIRMINGHAM
Broadway Academy, 9th May


 

There are limited spaces available at these events, which is why you need to register your interest now to be sure we’ve saved a spot for you! Remember, these events are completely free - but your school stands to benefit from savings that could be in the thousands of pounds.


To find out more about the £1Million Challenge Roadshow and to save your spot, click here.