Assess and Support the Progress of SEND Pupils

Tuesday 12 Feb 2019
America Square Conference Centre, London
Monitor, evaluate and present an accurate view of pupils’ progress


Why is this conference relevant?

A post-Rochford environment.

After the government response to the Rochford Review set out the future for statutory assessment, the progress of your SEND students is under greater scrutiny than ever before.

It is essential that you can effectively monitor and evaluate the progress of pupils with SEND, and help them to reach the best possible outcomes by delivering impactful interventions and high-quality teaching.

Do you know how to moderate across schools with different assessment systems?

Can you assess and evidence progress towards softer skills?

Are you able to marry up curriculum and assessment?

This is the only event where you will gain the knowledge and strategies needed to accurately assess, monitor, evaluate and support the progress of SEND pupils in your school.

What can I expect?

In-depth keynotes with leading experts and a choice of workshops including:

  • moderation: understanding what level SEND students are at across other schools
  • Ofsted: gain clarity on what inspectors are looking for and what a best practice presentation of progress looks like
  • monitoring and evaluating: hear the latest best practice in monitoring and evaluating the progress of SEND students
  • softer skills: know how to evidence progress towards softer skills.

Who should attend?

  • SENCOs
  • Headteachers
  • Assistant Headteachers
  • Deputy Headteachers
  • Inclusion Managers
  • Assessment Leads

What our previous delegates have said

“Excellent and Inspiring key speakers whose ideas and resources will feedback into my setting”, SENCO, Newfield Primary School

“The event was very informative and will help to improve the SEND in my school”, SEN Support, Stonebridge School

“Quality and impact was excellent. Optimus always delivers on its promise to provide high quality content at their conferences”, SENCO, Derwentwater Primary School