Foundations of Learning Sprints

Foundations of Learning Sprints

Presented by Simon Breakspear
 Registration is closed for this event


March 26, 2019
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM


Brunton Avenue


Full Registration
$475.00   (inc GST)

Cost includes program materials, morning tea, and lunch.



As parking in the area is mainly 1 and 2 hour, we recommend that participants use public transport. CSE is a 5 minute walk from trams and trains.


This dynamic 1-day workshop provides system, school and teacher leaders with a thorough understanding of the Learning Sprints approach. Participants will be introduced to the Learning Sprints process and toolkit, and leave equipped with the knowledge of what makes for successful school implementation


Our program begins with online prior learning through access to our Learning Sprints video course, tools and downloadable templates. The intensive in-person workshop will help to apply and embed this new learning so participants feel confident to apply it within their own unique context.


This program is designed to:

  • Provide teachers with an overview of the Learning Sprints approach to enhancing teacher team learning and embedding practice improvement

  • Introduce teachers to the Learning Sprints tools, to help teachers to

    • better target learners and outcomes based on data

    • analyse the reasons why students aren’t making progress

    • design evidence-informed approaches to support student engagement progress

    • assess the impact of their practice improvements

  • Provide leaders with practical strategies and a clear checklist of steps to successful implementation of Learning Sprints within their unique educational context


Dr Simon Breakspear is known internationally for helping educational leaders navigate complex change, harness robust evidence and drive continuous improvement for better learning.


Simon is the Founder and Executive Director of Agile Schools, and Research Fellow of the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change at The Education University of Hong Kong.


Simon holds Bachelors degrees in Psychology and Teaching, a Masters of International and Comparative Education from the University of Oxford and a PhD in education from the University of Cambridge. Simon began his work in education as a high school teacher in Sydney.


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