Early Bird discounts at the Tes SEN Show end this month!
The Tes SEN Show returns to the Business Design Centre, London, on 4-5 October 2019.
This must-attend show will reprise visitors’ favourite features and continue to support the SEN community.
Packed with 42 CPD-certified seminars, a free Keynote Panel Debate, specialist SEN exhibitors, exhibitor workshops and more, this year's show is not to be missed.
Find out what’s on here.
Alongside your free registration, you can also book onto CPD-certified seminars to help boost your professional development. This year’s theme for the programme is Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), one of the four key areas of need identified in the SEND Code of Practice 2015: 0 - 25.
Early Bird discounts on CPD seminars at the Tes SEN Show end on the 26 July, so make sure you book now to get the lower rate.
John Bercow (current Speaker of the House of Commons) carried out an independent review of provision for children and young people with SLCN in England just over 10 years ago. The Bercow: Ten Years On is a report on what has been achieved and what is still to be done, which will be the focus of the keynote discussion in London and is the inspiration behind the seminar programme.
Don’t miss vital SLCN sessions including:
- Effective management of SLCN resources in mainstream settings
Wendy Lee, Speech and Language Consultant, LINGO
- Developing and implementing effective Speech, Language and Communication support in early years settings
Kate Freeman, Communication Advisor, I CAN
Chris Rees, Principal Officer, Council for Disabled Children
- Supporting communication with storytelling
Carol Allen, Education Advisory Teacher, SEND and Inclusion
- What’s so special about literacy?
Karen Wespieser, Director of Operations, Driver Youth Trust
- Crossed wires: communication and mental health
Natasha Devon, Activist and Author
Additionally, the seminar programme will continue to cover a variety of other topics crucial to SEN provision. These include:
- The new education inspection framework under the SEND lens
Jane Friswell, SEND Consultant and Parent Advocate
- Emotional regulation for autistic children and young people
Dr Jamie Galpin, Developmental Psychologist and Research Lead, The Bridge School London
- SEND and SENCOs: bridging research and practice
Dr Adam Boddison, Chief Executive, nasen
- The role of every practitioner in early identification and support for children with SEND in the early years
Julie Revels, SEN and Early Years Trainer and Consultant, Church Park Consultants
- Meeting the needs of all those working with children and young people with SEND
Sherann Hillman MBE, Head of Family Services, National Representative, Co-chair, Seashell Trust, NNPCF, PIPS
The show is now only three months away, with Early Bird discounts ending this month, on 26 July. Sessions are booking up fast, so save your places now to avoid disappointment!