THE TES SEN SHOW 2020

9 - 10 OCTOBER 2020 | THE BUSINESS DESIGN CENTRE, LONDON

The Tes SEN Show 2019 was a great success, bringing together thousands of SEN professionals for two days of inspiring SEN focus.

The show provided the ideal place to update visitors' current thinking and focus on professional development, with a full programme of CPD-certified seminars, a wide range of free-to-attend special features and a great mix of exhibitors showcasing their products and services.

Building upon another successful year, the Tes SEN Show 2020 will be back in London at the Business Design Centre. To stay up-to-date with the latest event news, educational content and more, register your interest in attending below. 

NEWS

Plas Dwbl receives a visit from Kate Humble

TV presenter Kate Humble visited Ruskin Mill Trust’s Coleg Plas Dwbl, at the foot of the Preselli hills in Pembrokeshire this March. Filming as part of her BBC Wales ‘Off the Beaten Track’ series, Kate spoke to some of the students and tutors at the college about the relationship between the College and its surrounding landscape.

Taking symbols to the next level

Widgit is delighted to return to the TES SEN show to demonstrate the new features of their symbol software. Speech to text is a big feature this year. Talk and see the text appear- it's magic – we love it. But Widgit goes one better with the new Speak & Hear facility. You talk, see the text, hear it read back to you AND see the symbols too. This means even more people can access the information.

iSandBOX using augmented reality to help children with Special Educational Needs

Tech company, iSandBOX, is using augmented reality to help children with Special Educational Needs.  The company, which was established in 2016, has seen a growing interest from the Special Educational Needs (SEN) community for its interactive sand box, iSandBOX.  A number of early tests with SEN children have shown stark results and highlighting an immediate positive response to the technology and a desire by the company to explore more.
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