The Academies Show, Birmingham
The Academies Show Birmingham 2017, NEC, Birmingham - 22nd November 2017
The Academies Show Birmingham is the main event for education business managers, heads, governors and leaders, offering the latest policy and best practice for academies, maintained schools, independents, special schools and colleges. By registering for your free pass you will gain access to over 40 hours of dedicated education content delivered by the UK’s leading education experts.
Speakers to include:
- Sir Andrew Carter, Executive Head Teacher, SOUTH FARNHAM SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL TRUST
- Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, UNIVERSITY OF BUCKINGHAM
- Dr Tim Coulson, Chief Executive, SAMUEL WARD ACADEMY TRUST
- Dr Adam Boddison, Chief Executive, NASEN
- Influential speakers
- Best-practice case studies
- Network with colleagues
- Q&A with speakers
- Free-to-attend education content
The event is completely free for those who work in schools, higher or further education institutions, alternative providers, charities, voluntary organisations or social enterprises and the wider public sector.
For more details please follow this link - http://www.academiesshowbirmingham.co.uk/
Information - 22 May 2018
Find out how one nursery setting has used our free online resources to help staff support children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Checklist - 01 May 2018 Silver AND Gold Member Only
This editable checklist will help practitioners in the Early Years to see what records they need to collect for a child about whom they have emerging concerns. There is text explaining what is needed and a one-page checklist to put in a child's file to support effective record keeping.
Tool - 27 Apr 2018 Gold AND Silver Member Only
If you are a key person working in the Early Years, this flowchart will help you to structure your response to children with emerging needs. It uses a graduated approach, following 'universal', 'targeted' and 'personalised' levels of support. It would make a useful addition to your file, or print it out on A3 and put it on the staff noticeboard for everyone to refer to.