OPS 2016 ¦ Photo: Tim Hillel
We’re indebted to all our speakers and delegates for making OPS 2016 such a successful event: educating, challenging, and really great fun.
A full round-up will be published online shortly, but for now here’s the headline facts and figures:
- 120 delegates attended across the two-day meeting. 101 joined us for OPS 2015.
- 69 per cent of the secondary school teachers attending were new to OPS.
- 45 per cent of the secondary school teachers attending represented the state sector.
- 45 independent schools were represented at OPS 2016.
- Our target regions remain the North East and South West of England, and Wales.
- OPS 2017 will take place at Trinity College, Cambridge on Monday 3 April 2017 and will be free for all delegates.
We very much look forward to seeing you there and then!
OPS is now on Twitter – just in time for this year’s annual meeting!
You can follow us @OliverPriorSoc
OPS 2016 kicks off tomorrow, and we very much look forward to welcoming 120 delegates from schools, colleges and universities up and down the country to Downing.
Do get in touch with us either through the website or via our email address email@example.com if you have any last-minute questions.
Otherwise, see you tomorrow for what’s sure to be another great conference!
Our friends at Alliance Française Cambridge are hosting an evening at the Cambridge Arts Picture House on Monday 21st March. A screening of Xavier Giannoli’s Marguerite (2015) at 6.30 pm will be followed by a Q&A discussion.
Do get in touch with us if you’d like to attend the event – it might just be the perfect way to round off OPS 2016!