Our 6th Virtual SEND Conference will take place on 26 November 2021.
Purchasing a ticket includes
- Access to the conference on the day, including live Q&A sessions and chat with other attendees.
- Access to videos of all the sessions forever through this website!!
- Download slide packs and other handouts through this website.
To find out more about our Virtual SEND Conferences, click here – https://www.trainingforeducation.com/virtualsendconference/
Making sense of the SEND Review and the SEND Code of Practice
Lorraine Petersen OBE – Education Consultant, LPEC
The SEND Review was launched in September 2019. Its aim was to review the SEND reforms introduced in 2014. This review was delayed by the global pandemic and is now expected in the autumn term 2021. Lorraine outlines the content of the review and the implications for schools, young people and their families.
The SEND Review: building capacity
Jane Friswell – SEND Consultant and Parent Advocate, Jane Friswell SEND Consultancy
Building capacity within the SEND system relies on the support and development provided. Ensuring those involved have the knowledge, skills and resources to support children with SEND is a key aspect of the SEND Review. Jane discusses what we need to do to ensure schools can better meet the needs of pupils with SEND.
Distributed leadership for SEND: seeking a strategic approach
Kate Browning – School Improvement for SEND Specialist Consultant
Leadership and management can be highly effective when distributed across different levels in a school. But what does a distributed approach to the leadership of SEND across a school look like? Kate explains and outlines how it can enable improved access, participation and achievement for children with SEND across all aspects of school life.
More information about our full speaker line up will follow soon!