AGBIS/HMC/ISBA Heads', Governors' and Bursars' Conference (in-person) 2023

AGBIS/HMC/ISBA Heads', Governors' and Bursars' Conference (in-person) 2023

PLEASE NOTE: We’re sorry but we cannot accept any further bookings or name adjustments. Joining instructions have been issued to all booked delegates, so do check your spam and junk folders if they haven’t arrived. Due to extremely tight security at BMA House, photo ID may be requested on arrival, and only those who have booked a place will be admitted.  We look forward to welcoming you to this fantastic event.


Richard Harman, CEO, AGBIS; Cheryl Connelly, Director of Training & Membership (Deputy CEO);  Mark Taylor, Bursar at the King's School, Canterbury, Chair of AGBIS and Vice Chair of the ISC; Simon Hyde, General Secretary, HMC; David Woodgate, Chief Executive, ISBA; Julie Robinson, CEO, Independent Schools Council; Professor Catarina Figueira, Professor of Applied Economics and Policy, Cranfield University; Jonathan Simons, Partner and Head of the Education Practice, Public First; Chris Fairbank, Director of Communications, HMC; Sue Woodroofe, HMC Chair 2023-2024 and Principal of The Grammar School at Leeds; Ben Vessey, Head, Canford School; Barney Northover, Education Law Partner, Veale Wasbrough Vizards; Arun Kanwar, Partner, Cairneagle Limited and HMC Board member; John Murphie, Chief Operating Officer, ISBA; Jack Harty, Earth Centre Manager, Kingsley School, Bideford; Fiona Boulton OBE, Director of Independent Schools, United Learning; Sue Roxby, Business Director, Methodist Independent Schools Trust; Sam Coutinho, Consultant; Darren Coxon, Senior AI Product Lead, Study Hall; Alex McGrath, Castlegate Education and Jay Piggot, former HMC Head; Howard Blackett, Head of International Member Services, HMC; and Neil Cufley, Director of Operations/Finance, Royal Russell School and Chair of ISBA

This conference is for heads, governors and bursars, and provides the opportunity to listen to the UK's most experienced professionals with the chance to get involved in discussions and share best practice. The conference theme is ‘Sustainability’, including economic and financial sustainability, as well as a focus on the political context, staffing and the environment.


Your first ticket will be £299
£30 discount on second ticket - £269
£40 discount on third ticket - £259

By booking this event, you agree to AGBIS’ Event Terms and Conditions