We are delighted to be able to bring you the third, annual installment of this important event, digitally.
Why is this conference relevant?
With the KHDA initiative to ensure that all schools were fully inclusive by 2020, it is of high importance that schools are establishing and developing cultures that promote inclusivity.
This conference looks at building upon the KHDA initiative to not only meet the needs of all students, but ensure that students of determination and provided with the best possible support and learning.
With a global pandemic affecting the wellbeing of everyone, it is of paramount importance to ensure that the mental health and wellbeing of staff and students alike is monitored and supported effectively.
This event provides a mix of interactive and on demand sessions and workshops, providing a range of resources and learning to allow schools to support the progress of their students, while also looking after the best interests of their staff.
What can I expect?
With the conference being provided digitally, this year, there is an opportunity to engage with live and pre-recorded material from local and international speakers.
Pre-recorded sessions allow you to access engaging and informative content, at your convenience, while the live sessions provide opportunities for questions to be answered by learned professionals and networking to be facilitated, with other educators in the region.
With a focus on the two important topics of Inclusion and Wellbeing, this event dedicates three live modules to each topic, alongside a plethora of on demand resources.
Each live module will include a dedicated roundtable Q&A session, with a panel of experts providing clarity and expert opinion on the subjects of the day.
Who should attend?
- Assistant and Deputy Principals
- Directors and Heads of Inclusion
- Directors and Heads of Wellbeing
- Pastoral Leads
- School Counsellors
- Wellbeing Coordinators
- Inclusion Support Teams
- SEN Governors
- Learning Support Managers