FREE places to SEND Conference now available

News - 31 Aug 2017

nasen have secured a limited number of complimentary places (Normally £325+VAT) for the Special Educational Needs Conference: Innovations in inclusive learning taking place on the 15th November at the University of Salford, Manchester.

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The event will provide vital information and advice for parents, teachers and other public sector staff working to give SEN pupils the best possible school experience, ideal for Heads, Deputy Heads and SENCo Staff.

We will cover, among other topics:

  • Implementation of the SEND Code of Practice, including Focus on SEND training.
  • The trends of national data, e.g. fixed term and permanent exclusions of children and young people with SEN.
  • Involvement of parents, children and young people as equal partners.
  • The recommendations of the Rochford Review. Tensions between assessment policy and SEND policy.

To secure your free space, please email Sean at sean@onecpd.co.uk quoting “NASEN” in the subject line of your email.

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