Exhibitor list

The one-day SEND conference this summer promises to provide delegates the opportunity to network with other SEND professionals, explore the latest SEND developments and update their knowledge, as well as hear from a group of key figures from within the sector.

During the day you will also get access to a huge range of exciting exhibitors. Discover the list of exhibitors attending the event below, and keep chekcing back for more!



Stand: 4
Axcis is the foremost supplier of SEND staff to mainstream and specialist schools, PRUs and alternative provisions across England and Wales. Providing teaching, leadership and support staff, Axcis has experience with all levels of recruitment across a wide range of special needs. Visit the Axcis website or contact your local office to learn more about how we can help you to recruit the right staff for your school or provision.


GL Assessment

Our award winning SEN Assessment Test has been developed to ensure schools have the basic SEN assessment tools they may need. It brings together a number of tried and tested products that cover the most common and current areas of SEN. The assessments within the toolkit cover four areas: Dyslexia, Literacy, Numeracy, and Mental Health and Wellbeing.

For over 35 years, we have provided assessments for children's education, mental health and wellbeing. We are the leading provider of formative assessments to UK schools, as well as providing assessments for overseas ministries and British, bilingual and international schools in over 100 countries worldwide.

Join us at nasen live on Stand 10 to learn about the SEN Assessment Toolkit, a one-stop-shop for SEN assessments

“Tried and tested…GL Assessment has developed a one-stop-shop for SEN assessments ‘ Lorraine Petersen, OBE



Front Row

Stand: 9
FrontRow’s mission is to improve the soundscape of classrooms ensuring that the teacher’s voice is heard by all children, irrespective of their position relative to the teacher. How can a student develop speech and language unless they can clearly hear the teacher’s voice?

FrontRow’s Juno is portable and highly effective in improving the listening skills of all children whilst preserving the teacher’s voice. Juno soundfield helps all children including those with ADHD, hearing impairment, CAPD, autism and helps with inclusion issues.




Stand: 7
Edukey Education develops innovative software that meets the needs of teachers, students and schools.

Class Charts – Combines data rich seating plans and effective behaviour management. It streamlines managing pupil behaviour, saving teachers and SLT hours of time.

Provision Map – Streamlines the process of managing SEN, saves hours of time, can help secure extra funding plus helps succeed with Ofsted. Includes Learning Plans, Costed Provision Mapping, Reports and parental communication.

Safeguard My School - Allows teachers to communicate and act upon issues quickly from anywhere in your school


Vision for education

Stand: 15
Vision for Education, ABC Teachers and Smart Teachers work closely with SEND schools across the country, providing high-quality teaching and support staff for day-to-day supply cover, short and long-term placements and permanent recruitment. We are official partners of Tes Global and have 16 branches across the country.

We have a genuine commitment to the learning and development of children and young people. Our dedicated teams of SEND experts recruit specialist teaching and support staff with the patience, enthusiasm and commitment to support students with special educational needs and disabilities.




Phonic Books

Stand: 19
Phonic Books Ld specialises in publishing decodable books for beginner and catch-up readers. The three founders are dyslexia -trained teachers who have used their expertise to create highly-effective reading resources.

Our Dandelion Books series for young readers combine step-by-step phonics and imaginative stories and illustrations that will entertain pupils while building the phonic foundations independent readers need.

Our series for older readers offer age-appropriate, action-packed stories and fantastic illustrations that will reengage the reluctant and struggling reader.


Shannon Trust Turning Pages

Stand: 20
Through Turning Pages, Shannon Trust aims to unlock the power of reading for all. Since we launched our first reading plan at HMP Wandsworth in 2001 we have been developing our expertise in peer delivered reading programmes for adults and in 2015 launched Turning Pages, a brand new reading programme written specifically for teenage and adult learners, and for delivery by non-experts. Anyone who can read can use Turning Pages to teach someone who struggles to read. Sales from Turning Pages provide sustainable income for the wider work of the charity.



Stand: 35


Pupil and School Support work with educational settings within the West Midlands, in order to help young people make progress and achieve, with a specific focus on those with cognition and learning difficulties and/or EAL. Support is delivered through direct work with pupils, teachers and support staff. We strategically assist SEND leaders in order to enable them to reflect on, implement and monitor a graduated approach to provision.