The National SEND Forum Annual Conference

News - 01 Nov 2016

The National Special Educational Needs and Disability Forum is a regular meeting of the leading representatives of significant national organisations in this field.

The National Special Educational Needs and Disability Forum is a regular meeting of the leading representatives of significant national organisations in this field. The National SEND Forum (NSENDF) is politically neutral, drawing together the providers, champions and commissioners of services for the most vulnerable in the maintained, non-maintained and independent sectors and across the 0-25 age range. The Forum is facilitated and convened by the Federation of Leaders in Special Education.
 
Galvanising SEND – The Power of Partnerships
The thirteen organisations that make up the SEND Forum invite you to attend their annual conference. This event will be a celebration of all that is great in the field of SEND. Delegates will have an opportunity to hear about effective good practice based on partnerships and collaboration. There will be time to ask questions, network with colleagues and enjoy quality professional dialogue with those passionate about supporting children and young people with SEND.
 
We are delighted to have David Bartram OBE the Director of SEND - London Leadership Strategy as our keynote speaker
 
Thursday 17th November
8.30 am – 4.30 pm
Toute Suite – NEC Birmingham
£130 per delegate (to include lunch)
To see the comprehensive programme and to book a place visit: http://www.sendforum.org/events/
 

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