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Below is a history of ISMLA conferences.

Year Host School Chair Vice-Chair
1993-1994 Dulwich College Daphne West Peter Hamilton
1994-1995 - Daphne West Peter Hamilton
1995-1996 St Paul's Girl's School Daphne West Peter Hamilton
1996-1997 Manchester Grammar School Daphne West Mike McCaffrey
1997-1998 King's College School, Wimbledon Daphne West Anthony Earl
1998-1999 The Grammar School at Leeds Peter Kino Anthony Earl
1999-2000 University College School, Hampstead Anthony Earl Mike McCaffrey
2000-2001 - Anthony Earl Mike McCaffrey
2001-2002 South Hampstead High School Anthony Earl Mike McCaffrey
2002-2003 King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham Richard Hoare -
2003-2004 Harrow School Richard Hoare -
2004-2005 Mechant Taylor's School, Northwood Richard Hoare -
2005-2006 Oakham School Duncan Byrne -
2006-2007 City of London School for Boys Duncan Byrne -
2007-2008 University College School, Hampstead Duncan Byrne Astrid McAuliffe
2008-2009 Cheltenham Ladies' College Duncan Byrne Astrid McAuliffe
2009-2010 North London Collegiate School Nick Mair Geoffrey Plow
2010-2011 Magdalen College School, Oxford Nick Mair Geoffrey Plow
2011-2012 University College School, Hampstead Nick Mair Geoffrey Plow
2012-2013 St Peter's, York Nick Mair Geoffrey Plow
2013-2014 City of London School for Boys Nick Mair Geoffrey Plow
2014-2015 St Paul's Girls' School Nick Mair Geoffrey Plow
2015-2016 Manchester Grammar School Sara Davidson John Wilson
2016-2017 Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School Sara Davidson John Wilson
2017-2018 The Perse School Sara Davidson John Wilson

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