The Annual SEND Update 2018 is taking place tomorrow!

21 May 2018

"Using research to inform practice for pupils with SEND.

Why is this conference relevant?

Irrespective of the current problems within the SEND system or the lack of funding, now is the time to focus our attention on what the latest evidence-based research tells us works to support learners in the classroom.

In addition as a SENCO, knowing how to equip your classroom teachers with the knowledge and skills to support different types of needs is essential to ensure all pupils make good progress.

But with so much information out there, and so little time to sift through everything, knowing what works for pupils with SEND is easier said than done.

This new and timely conference will highlight the latest research surrounding SEND whilst also importantly, giving you the skills to translate this into effective practice in every classroom in your school."

Click here for more information on this conference, such as the speakers attending and the programme for the day.

Click here to book your tickets!

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