We are delighted to welcome Brian Lamb, Chair of the Lamb Inquiry who will be delivering a keynote address on all the recommendations that he has put forward and how the DCSF plan to act on them.
We also welcome Sir Alan Steer, author of the Steer Report, who will be giving you the latest information on the Government’s plans for behaviour following the recommendations put forward in the Steer Report.
In addition to this you will have the opportunity to attend interactive workshop sessions such as making whole-school systems, including data analysis, intervention planning, provision mapping, target setting and self evaluation work for staff and pupils to enhance planning and provision for all pupils. You will also be able to attend workshops with practical strategies on dyslexia, speech language and communication needs, the autistic spectrum, ADHD, working with parents, mental health and RAISEonline.
Attend this conference to:
- Receive the latest information on the recommendations put forward by the Lamb Inquiry
- Discover how the recommendations put forward in the Steer Report will impact on SENCOs
- Take away different methods for supporting pupils with dyslexia, ADHD and autism
- Receive updated information on the government’s plans for nationally accredited SENCO training
- Enhance your whole-school systems to work for staff and pupils in planning and provision
Who should attend:
- Headteachers & Deputy Headteachers
- Heads of Pupil Referral Units
- Education Welfare Officers
- Special Needs Advisors
- Heads of SEN Services in Local Authorities
- Learning Support Leaders
- Inclusion Coordinators
- SENJIT Coordinators
- School Improvement Officers
- SEN Advisory Officers
- Parent Partnership Officers
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PLUS: All delegates will be able to download exclusive speaker presentations to take back to school and use in training.
|Event Sponsor – Inclusive Technology Ltd|
Inclusive Technology provides a range of assistive technology – the hardware and software that helps those with special needs to take part in learning. Access devices, such as switches and alternative keyboards, enable people with physical or sensory difficulties to use a computer and to communicate. The Inclusive Interactive Plasma Screen provides an inclusive alternative to the interactive whiteboard. Inclusive’s software helps develop skills like using a switch, understanding cause and effect, making choices and working with words and numbers.
Inclusive also provides advice, consultancy and training on SEN issues and ICT solutions.
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