You’re seriously going to love how easy this date is to set up. Your spouse already knows your name, so take this opportunity to come up with a funky, new name.You’ll want to hand your spouse the invite, letting them know that you “mustache” them a few questions. Cut out the name cards and then draw three randomly to create a silly nickname for the night.Or on a Website that people can access during the conference?

As soon as the email and flyers were posted, staff started talking about it!

Conversations about behaviour management, starters, assessment for learning and using apps on devices were being shared – and this was even before the CPD session had started!

The purpose is to completely gross kids out by the questions they need to answer or the tasks they have to complete.

Here is a list of questions we asked kids to complete with each other: - Smell the other person's shoes - Make your best farting noise - Tell your grossest food story - Make your best screwed up face - Tell if you fold or scrunch your TP and why - Share an embarrassing story - Tell how many times you have gone to the bathroom today - Count each others nose hairs in one nostril - Stare at each other's feet and tell what toe is your favorite and why - Tell your worst vomit story Some of these topics may need a little longer than 30 seconds, others may need less. This game is a great introduction to the topic of love or dating that also acts as a way for kids to get to know each other and break out of their comfort zone a little.

The basic idea with conference speed dating is that you have two kinds of people who’d want to meet–say VCs and entrepreneurs, or agents and writers, or farmers and chefs.

You designate seats for people from the first group, and you let people from the second group meet with them for five minutes each.

Or if we have way more than 20 people for the second group and they all want to talk to everyone from the first?

Is there a simple and fair way to set this up in person at the Open?

Without exception, staff who provided feedback (90% of staff) made the following comments: As an unexpected reward, I received ‘Hero of the Week’.