Inclusive Alliance SEND CONFERENCE Friday 19th October 2018
Inclusive Alliance Teaching School are passionate about working with all settings to ensure the best outcomes for pupils through their collaborations.
As one of six special schools in a partnership located in Coventry, they are part of one of the largest SEN alliances in the country.
The SEND Conference is taking place at the Village Hotel Coventry on Friday the 19th October 2018 from 9:00am until 4:15pm.
Guest speakers include:
- Simon Mosely: Het Majesty’s Inspector
- Dr Adam Boddison- Chief Executive for nasen
- Gary Wilson- Freelance education Consultant
- Prof. Des Hewitt- Head of Primary Teacher Education at Warwick University
- John Simpson- Conference Speaker: Autism Spectrum Conditions
- Prof Barry Carpenter- International Educational Consultant
We are very pleased to see our own Chief executive take the stage. Adam has held a number of senior education roles including: Director of the Centre of Professional Education at the University of Warwick, Academic Principal for IGGY (an educational social network for gifted teenagers) and West Midlands area co-ordinator for the Further Mathematics Support Programme.
Adam is now heavily involved in SEND and strongly supports educational professionals to support the pupils they work with to achieve the best that they can. Adam is very active in pushing the latest research for SEND, as well as being present in any current debates and movements taking place within the SEND community.
To book your place at the SEND Conference, please follow the link: https://www.inclusivealliance.co.uk/ You can also download the PDF supplied by Inclusive Alliance here:
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