The Teaching & Learning Summit:
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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the Teaching & Learning Summit for?
The Teaching & Learning Summit is for any educator interested in professional development. Past editions have been attended by classroom teachers and Headteachers, from both primary and secondary schools, with a handful of years experience or decades-long careers. Whoever you are, you will leave with strategies, ideas and new knowledge that will transform your practice.

How can I register to attend the Teaching & Learning Summit?
The 2024 Teaching & Learning Summit has now passed, but you can join our mailing list below to be first to know when we launch the next edition!

I cannot attend the Summit in person, is it possible to attend online?
We do not stream the Summit live, but we do film it. You can watch the 2021 Teaching & Learning Summit talks here, and watch the 2023 talks here.

Who can apply for subsidised tickets?
Each year, we offer a number of subsidised tickets for educators from schools that would find the full ticket price challenging to meet. We won’t check or ask for any details, but tickets are limited so please do use this option if you really need it.

Is lunch provided?
Yes, we provide a (very tasty) lunch as part of the ticket price. We also offer hot drinks and snacks at registration and during our morning refreshment break.

I have signed up to hear more about the Teaching & Learning Summit, but I am not receiving emails. What’s going on?
First, check that our emails haven’t landed in your spam folder and make sure you have registered as a safe recipient. If the issue persists, please get in touch and we will help you find a solution.

How can I contact the Teaching & Learning Summit organisers with my questions, concerns or feedback?
Feel free to email us at if there is anything we can do for you.

Accessing our venue

The Teaching & Learning Summit takes place at:

Jafar Hall, Eton College
Windsor, Berkshire

Parking for about 60 cars is available will be available behind the Jafar Hall and will be signposted. Delegates are encouraged to come by train either to Slough station (a 10-minute taxi ride away) or via Windsor & Eton Riverside or Windsor & Eton Central stations (both a 10-minute walk away).

While Eton College welcomes disabled visitors, many of the buildings are old and aren’t always accessible. If this is a concern for you, please get in touch with us and we will see what we can do to facilitate your visit.

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