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The National SEND Conference 2019 will offer the latest updates and practical guidance in delivering high quality teaching and learning support to maximise attainment and outcomes for SEND Pupils.

Confirmed Speakers

André Imich
SEN and Disability Professional Adviser,
Department for Education (DfE)
Gaynor Roberts
Senior HMI,
Ofsted
Natalie Packer
Education Consultant and Author,
The Perfect SENCO and The Teacher’s Guide to SEN
Dr Adam Boddison
Chair of Whole School SEND Consortium and Chief Executive,
NASEN
Carol Povey
Director,
Centre for Autism, National Autistic Society
Deirdre Fitzpatrick
Director of Education,
I CAN
Pat Hunt
CEO,
Greywood Multi-Schools Trust
Dr Amelia Roberts
Deputy Director,
UCL Centre for Inclusive Education
Malcolm Reeve
National Leader of Education and Chair of Programme Board,
Whole School SEND
Nicky Rix
SENCO,
Lyndhurst First School
Diane South
Headteacher,
Lyndhurst First School
Maureen Morris
Co-Chair,
National Network of Parent Carer Forums (NNPCF)

300+ ATTENDEES

15+ SPEAKERS

2 TAILORED STREAMS FOR BESPOKE SEND INTERVENTIONS

8+ HOURS OF CPD CONTENT

Testimonials

I thought this was an excellent event with a range of interesting speakers on a variety of subjects.

St Anthonys Catholic Primary School and Nursery

Being new to the role of SENDCO, the conference allowed me to meet other people in the same role as me, as well as inspiring and informative presentations that gave me a lot to go away and think about. The examples of best practice were very useful in allowing me to see the possibilities that lay ahead of me in and challenging me to provide the best possible support for my students.

London Enterprise Academy

The SEND conference was a wonderful opportunity to get an in-depth insight into the role of SENCOs in schools, the various needs of students and the different ways in which the school community can support them and their families.

New Wave Federation

superb, thoroughly enjoyable and informative, good resources and great networking opportunities!

Rushey Mead Academy

The SEND conference was a fantastic opportunity to meet with like minded professionals, hear the latest good practice evolving in regards to SEN, as well as be updated on any policy changes and the best way forwards.

City and Islington College-WKCIC Group

Victoria Park Plaza

239 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London
SW1V 1EQ

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