Schedule confirmed for the 7th Virtual SEND Conference: The Importance of Wellbeing for ALL

Schedule confirmed for the next Virtual SEND Conference

The next Virtual SEND Conference takes place on Friday 20 May.
Attend live online on the day or watch the recordings afterwards whenever it suits you.
Read on to find out who’s speaking when…

The focus for this conference is The Importance of Wellbeing for ALL, helping schools to improve outcomes for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Mental Health and Wellbeing has never been more important. 1 in 6 children and young people have a diagnosable mental health problem, and many more struggle with challenges from bullying to bereavement.

Register your interest TODAY and we’ll send you an exclusive link to get 20% OFF your ticket.

The 3 morning keynotes are relevant for all teaching staff.

The 9 afternoon sessions are split into 3 streams focused on Wellbeing & SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health), Quality First Teaching and Specific Learning Differences.

So there really is something for every setting!

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See exactly what’s happening when on the day of the conference

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Who’s Speaking When?

Watch our speaker preview videos to find out how each session will help you…

keynotes – morning sessions



Implementation of the DfE’s Education Staff Wellbeing Charter


Setting the climate – getting the ethos and environment right for SEND


Me, my Dyslexia and success

AFTERNOON STREAM 1 – Wellbeing & SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health)



How to connect and communicate with your emotions


School stand off? The link between exclusion and avoidance


Understanding SEMH and wellbeing of children and young people – a psychologist’s approach

Take a look at the Conference Programme

Read about what our speakers will cover in each session

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AFTERNOON STREAM 2 – Quality First Teaching



SENCO workload – a focus on thriving in the role


Sensory strategies in the classroom


Avoiding anxiety at post 16 – thinking and planning early to prepare for adulthood

AFTERNOON STREAM 3 – Specific Learning Differences (SPLD)



The effective use of technology to support Dyslexia


Why schools need to focus on speaking and understanding skills to effectively support SEMH


Can’t learn, won’t learn, don’t give a monkey’s – and you don’t understand me at all!

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What did previous attendees say?


The speakers were excellent and very knowledgeable. The conference was really good and much cheaper than lots of training around, essential at this time when funds are low and access to high-quality CPD can be limited.

Louise Aldridge, Deputy Head Teacher and Inclusion Manager / Bushy Hill Junior School

The information presented was really useful and the staff and I can implement a lot of key ideas quickly and easily. Sharing the videos across the school has also saved me a lot of CPD preparation. Thank you.

Jo Vizor, Head of Learning Support / The Elms School

Excellent content delivered in a very convenient way and at a very reasonable price. More information than I could handle in one dose – but thankfully I will be able to re-visit in my own time.

Janet Bristow, SENCO / Perrymount Primary School


Access 12 presentations from SEND experts

1 ticket for your whole school is just £60!


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