With the UK now under greater restrictions, MA Exhibitions, which owns and runs the Tes SEN Show, has taken the decision to postpone the show from 8 - 9 January until 8 - 9 October 2021.
Whilst we won't be able to run the show in-person in January, we are delighted to announce a brand new online experience designed to support the SEN community during these changing times: Tes SEN Show Virtual (14 - 16 January 2021).
Thank you for your continued patience and support.
With the UK now under greater restrictions and the government having paused the reintroduction of public events until March, MA Exhibitions, which owns and runs the Tes SEN Show, has taken the decision to postpone the Tes SEN Show from 8 - 9 January until 8 - 9 October 2021.
The Tes SEN Show has launched Tes SEN Show Virtual, the new free-to-attend event designed to bring together education professionals, leadership teams, and SEND advocates from across the globe for shared learning and networking within the virtual space.
Join Maxine Burns, Lead Speech and Language Advisor for I CAN, as she covers some key signs to watch out for in children which may indicate they are struggling to fully understand or express their reaction to change.
In this free-to-attend webinar, Adam Boddison, Chief Executive of the National Association for Special Educational Needs (nasen), will explore the key outputs and impact of the Whole School SEND consortium, and how you can access top resources and join the Community of Practice.
During this free-to-attend session, educational consultant Lorraine Petersen OBE outlines the latest DfE updates on SEND for schools returning after six months of lock-down. Attendees also discovered information regarding Ofsted inspections including news about the latest Ofsted and CQC Local Area inspections and what these might look like in the future.