May 18, 2024

Sue Palmer webinar: Hitting the Target & Missing the Point

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What makes a good brand book?

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How to create a good brand book?

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Important elements of a good design brand book

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What brand book references can I use?

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A brand book can always keep evolving

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Sue Palmer
Former primary headteacher, literacy specialist and author of books on child development, notably ‘Toxic Childhood’, ’21st Century Boys’ and ’21st Century Girls’.
24 February 2021
8:00pm
Webinar discussing: “Hitting the Target & Missing the Point”

We’re super excited that Sue Palmer will be chatting with us at our February 2021 webinar.

Sue currently chairs the Upstart Scotland campaign.

Not one to be missed!

Sue Palmer, a former primary headteacher, is a literacy specialist and author of books on child development, notably ‘Toxic Childhood’, ’21st Century Boys’ and ’21st Century Girls’. Research for ‘Upstart: the case for raising the school starting age and providing what the under-sevens really need’ (Floris, 2016) inspired the Upstart Scotland campaign
(www.upstart.scot).
During a long career as a freelance literacy specialist she wrote over 250 books, software programs and TV scripts on various aspects of literacy, and many hundreds of articles for the educational and national press. She has also provided courses for teachers throughout the UK and around the world, and acted as a consultant to the National Literacy Trust, the Basic Skills Agency, the DfE and the BBC.
In recent years, Sue has been Chair of the Scottish Play Commission, served on the Scottish Government’s Early Years Task Force and is now chair of Upstart Scotland. She is thrilled to be listed in Who’s Who and Debrett’s People of Today as a ‘childhood campaigner’ and has twice been named among the 40 most influential educationists in London, which
gives her particular pleasure since she lives in Edinburgh.

Click the “Register here” link at the top of the page to join the webinar.

Why not do this now – you can’t register too early! If you need a little help joining, we’ve put together some notes to help you:

Check out Sue’s website

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