We’re very excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 10th annual Schools North East Summit on October 11th at St James’ Park.
The summit, now in its tenth year, brings together leaders from across the education sector and promises to be a great opportunity to network and gain incredible insights. The keynote speaker will be Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools, Amanda Spielman.
If you’re from a primary, secondary, MAT or college, VisiPoint’s GDPR-compliant, self-service visitor management system is ideal for improving student safeguarding.
When is it?
It’s on the 11th of October 2018 and will run from 9am until 4pm. The summit will feature a full roster of speakers, which you can see at the Schools North East site.
Where is it, and how do I get there?
It’s at St James’ Park, Newcastle. Located in the centre of the city, St. James’ Park is easily accessible on public transport or on foot. There’s also plenty of parking, which you can find more information about here.
St. James’ Park
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Why should I visit the VisiPoint stand?
If you’re a head teacher or school director it’s likely you’ve thought about automating your visitor management. Here are just a few of the reasons VisiPoint is right for you:
- It makes it easier to manage staff, students, visitors and contractors.
- Data is stored securely in the cloud, making our system fully compliant with the new GDPR legislation.
- In the event of a fire or emergency you can easily find out who is in the building at that exact time to carry out a roll-call with convenient emergency lists.
- By keeping track of every visitor, staff member and contractor coming onto the premises, your school’s security and safeguarding is improved.
How can I book tickets?
Sound good? Here are the ticket prices for the summit:
Primary Partner School: £78
Secondary Partner School: £95
Primary non-partner: £135
Secondary non-partner: £155
You can book tickets directly from the Schools North East website.
You can find full details about the summit by visiting the Schools North East website.