The Teaching & Learning Summit


The Teaching and Learning Summit is a yearly CPD conference hosted by InnerDrive and Eton College covering some of the latest and most pertinent topics in education. It takes place in Windsor in early summer. It is perfect for any education professional who is curious about the latest research, searching for new classroom or learning strategies, or simply looking to be inspired before the next school year. We have been very fortunate to have had some excellent speakers for our 2021 edition, and are working on a cracking lineup for next year. The day is being run not-for-profit and subsidised tickets are available.

What our delegates said

"The T&L Summit was one of, if not the best event I have attended! Every speaker was amazing and gave such ‘food for thought’ for delegates to take back to their schools. Most impressive was not just the academic research within T&L but the practical, actionable and applied pedagogy which teachers can use in the classroom for high impact results in order to get the best out of their students. A most impressive day and one which I would recommend to all colleagues." — W.B.

"I was so impressed. It is hands down the best CPD I have attended and I cannot wait until the next one. I honestly will be making sure it is an annual event that I attend. I came away with so many ideas and genuinely feeling so invigorated about how to implement so many things over the next couple of years." — A.W.

What our delegates said

Our venue

The Teaching and Learning Summit is hosted by the Tony Little Centre for Innovation and Research in Learning in Eton, less than an hour’s train journey from London. The Centre was created to bring the exciting findings of educational research and neuroscience, new technologies and the desire to improve best teaching skills together under one roof. It aims to develop the best ways of helping young people to learn and develop their skills. The talks take place in Jafar Hall, a 300-seater lecture hall and debating chamber.


Couldn’t make it to our 2021 edition? Don’t worry – you can now watch the talks online for only £39.99. Get inspired and learn all about research-informed practice, curriculum design, Rosenshine’s Principles, policy and more.