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Provide an inclusive and engaging learning experience for all students with SEND
Why is this conference relevant?
The Covid19 pandemic has seen challenges and interruptions to school routines and a variety of learning experiences and provision for students with special educational needs and disabilities. Schools have done an incredible job, in challenging times, addressing and seeking to minimise difficulties for these students and working together with their families.
This digital conference looks at how mainstream and specialist schools can best support their students, ensuring engaging SEND provision which effectively provides for each individual's learning and emotional needs and stages of development. With sessions on specific learning needs and updates on the engagement scale, whether you are looking at whole school SEND provision or seeking to upskill and gain strategies and interventions to support individual learners and families, you'll find plenty for you and your students.
What can I expect?
Whether you work with young people with special educational needs or disabilities in mainstream or specialist settings, this digital conference will provide a range of practical strategies and ideas to ensure engaging SEND provision and support you to deliver the best learning outcomes and educational experience for those in your care.
Engage with a range of speakers and practitioners from different parts of the SEND sector. Join the three live modules of digital content for full interactitivy and ask questions direct to our expert speakers. Gain access to a full set of recordings from the conference and additional downloadable resources. Benefit from a focus on knowledge sharing and joined up leadership, as well as reflections on lessons learned from a challenging past 12 months.
We look at the lessons that have been learned, the innovations that have come to the fore, and the future support needed to champion students with SEND and make a real difference to their lives, educationally and beyond.
Who should attend?
- Inclusion Lead
- Deputy Headteacher
- Head of Year
- Specialist teachers