AMC Dine and Discuss has an important place in the word of educational ideas and debate. Now in its eighth year D&D is a confidential conversation over dinner at which prominent educationalists, politicians and business leaders lead debate on issues ranging from cutting edge ideas on the curriculum to the role that education plays in social mobility.
Speakers have included Sir Anthony Seldon, Lord Lucas and Neil Carmichael, former chairman of the Commons Education Committee, and Eve Jardine-Young, Principal of Cheltenham Ladies College. Numbers are limited to twenty-five and the evening is carefully steered by Anthony Millard whose own career has spanned education, business and politics.
Joe Nellis, Professor of Global Economy, Cranfield School of Management, will be speaking, the title being “Independent Schools and nine years on from Lehman Brothers”.
Attendance is by invitation only. If you would like to attend or be added to our guest list for the future please email Nikki Naish.
Anthony. What a wonderful evening last night’s dinner was. Your address book must be one of the best there is! Everyone I had a conversation with was so interesting and we discussed matters of real worth and relevance to our different roles.
I greatly enjoyed Richard’s talk and the discussions which followed.
Thank you so much for including me and your very generous remarks.
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