Conference Registration


  • Gala dinner Thursday 3rd March: 20:00h (dress code – semi-formal)
    • Two members from each school are invited by NABSS. Additional places are 90,00 Euros per person.
  • Cultural visit to Alcalá de Henares, Friday 4th March 16:00h to 19:00h
    • Two members from each school are invited by NABSS. Additional places will be charged the corresponding price (pending confirmation).
  • Annual General Meeting (Saturday 5th March 10:00h)
    • Maximum two participants registered representatives from each school.
  • Keynote presentations for school representatives (Friday 4th March 11:30 to 14:00, Saturday 5th March 15:00 to 16:30 and Sunday 6th March 9:30 to 11:30)
    • Two members from each school (if you wish to send more than two, please name a “reserve”. The place will be confirmed if space is available).

Professional Development Courses

Schools can initially register one delegate for five of the eight training courses but they may also include the names of reserve delegates for any or all of the remaining courses.

If available, places will be assigned to the reserve delegates after the registration period is closed.

All training courses are limited to 30 places and will be assigned on a first come first served basis. Schools are requested to book the courses with the name of the teachers attending as the first option and the reserve options by the 31th of January 2022. The reserve delegates will be confirmed by Monday 7th of February.

These courses are funded through each school’s “bonificaciones”, that is, the courses are paid for and then refunded to the school from reductions in the social security payments (TC1/2) Delegates must attend for both days and sign the training course attendance form at the end of the session on Sunday at 12 noon. Failure to do this will result in the funding from the TC1/2 not being available.

  • Training course 1: “Best practice in the EYFS & managing the transition to year 1” Eva Cartwright.
  • Training course 2: “What Can Data Tell Us? How We Can Use that Information to Make Authentic Progress?” Melody Lowe.
  • Training course 3: “Developing Independent Thinking: A Toolkit of Strategies for the Classroom” Steve Garnett.
  • Training course 4: “Purring Not Spluttering: Highly Effective School Leadership and Management” Duncan Partridge.
  • Training course 5: “Making Primary Science Engaging, Relevant and Meaningful for Young Learners” Alessio Bernadelli.
  • Training course 6: “Enhanced Learning Through Effective Behaviour Management and Powerful Team Teaching Strategies” Alan Jervis.
  • Training course 8: “How to meet the needs of the individual learner” Victoria Homewood.

Coffee breaks on Saturday and Sunday, lunch on Saturday and the Saturday evening cocktail are provided for delegates in the exhibition hall. NABSS covers the cost of these for the two school representatives and up to five training course delegates.

If schools are assigned places to their reserve delegates, they will be requested to pay 60€ for their sixth and any further delegates, to cover the cost of refreshments.

This booking form is open from Thursday, 16th December 2021 to Monday, 31th January 2022.

Telephone: 91 550 01 23

Please be advised everyone attending the Nabss Conference will have to sign a data protection Form. Delegates should download the form, complete it and send it to