Sponsors and Partners

To find out more about sponsorship opportunities at the Tes SEN Show, click here or contact sales manager Chris Lingham.

If you're interested in a media partnership with the Tes SEN Show, please contact marketing manager Frances Heaume.

Headline Sponsor

LGfL: The National Grid for Learning

Founded by London local authorities as a Grid for Learning, today LGfL are a multi award-winning charity focussed on enabling the digital transformation of education across the UK.

Our mission is the advancement of education and our ambition is that UK schools lead the world in digital innovation enabling children to achieve more whilst schools spend less.

LGfL is uniquely positioned to help because, as a charity, any profit is reinvested back into a wider portfolio of products and resources for schools.

Many of our resources and services to support educators are available, nationwide, free of charge with some premium content included in our schools’ subscription.

Our passions are to:

  • Tackle inequality
  • Promote wellbeing
  • Keep children safe
  • Energise teaching and learning 
  • Save schools money
LGfL is committed to promoting inclusion for all and our IncludED service spearheads these efforts by offering training, resources and sharing best practice for those with SEND, EAL learners and by promoting good practice for mental health and wellbeing. We are committed to working with the inclusion community and partner organisations to make UK education the most inclusive and accessible in the world.  Visit https://NGfL.net to find out more.

NGfL.net

Event Partners

Autism Eye

Sign up to FREE digital subscriptions from Autism Eye. Receive an information-packed, award-winning quarterly magazine and monthly e-newsletter full of essential reading for anyone working with or living with individuals on the autism spectrum. Read about education, therapies, resources, legal issues, books and much more – all free of charge!

www.autismeye.com/

nasen

nasen (National Association of Special Educational Needs) is a charity organisation which has been operating for 25 years. We support thousands of education professionals by providing relevant knowledge, training and resources required to enable staff to meet all pupils’ needs and go on to ensure those children and young people reach their full potential. Working with those professionals, nasen aims to ensure that practice for special and additional needs is effective and current.

www.nasen.org.uk

SEN Magazine

Share best practice, discover useful tips for parents and professionals, and read expert articles on supporting children and young people with SEN. The UK’s leading special educational needs magazine will also keep you up to date with the latest SEN news, products, services and CPD opportunities.

senmagazine.co.uk

NAHT

At NAHT, we support and grow communities of like-minded professionals, from aspiring leaders through to middle, senior and retired leaders. 

Our unrivalled professional and personal development paths, expertise and legal protection will support both you and your career journey. 

We do this in the following ways:

  • Providing you with expert resources, information and guidance on up-to-date key issues, and access to a like-minded community of more than 40,000 members
  • Inviting you to bespoke conferences where you have the opportunity to share experiences with each other, listen to key educational leadership topics and join debates with your peers and seniors
  • Ensuring you have dedicated legal protection and advice from specialist advisers (including employment matters)
  • Delivering a focused and respected voice through lobbying and consultation with key decision makers.

https://www.naht.org.uk/