The SEND Conference 2018 takes place in 1 week!

11 January 2018

There Is No Such Thing As A ˜Standard™ Pupil With SEN, So It Is Vital To Make Sure That Interventions Match Children.



Discover interventions that will make sure that your SEN provision is as effective as possible. Learn how to demonstrate progress for Ofsted to earn that Outstanding judgement.

Key Highlights:



  • Analysis of Ofsted™s Outstanding requirements from Ofsted™s former national SEN lead.

  • Consider the strands of SEN reform and how successful they have been.

  • How to effectively evidence interventions.

  • Important considerations for designing interventions.

  • The importance of collaborative care and collaborative responsibility in SEN interventions.

  • Develop skills of all stakeholders, to ensure excellent SEN provision.





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