WHY VISIT?

The UK’s largest special educational needs show brings the entire sector together for two days of ideas, inspiration, networking and innovation, to bring learning alive for pupils with SEN. The show is designed to allow visitors to:
  • Keep up-to-date with the latest policies and developments 
  • Choose from a programme of CPD-certified seminars all on topics central to best practice 
  • Test the latest products before purchasing, benefit from special offers and place orders with exhibitors
  • Participate in an unmissable keynote panel discussion with leading SEN experts
  • Attend free, practical workshops led by exhibitors 
  • Network, share ideas and collaborate with peers and colleagues
  • Visit feature areas including the Parent, Carer and Teacher Forum to get even more out of your visit
REGISTER INTEREST IN 2020

THE EXHIBITION

With over 150 suppliers, charities and suppliers exhibiting in 2019, the Tes SEN Show provides the ideal environment for you to meet with companies and organisations keen to showcase the latest products and services designed to support and enhance SEN provision.

The Tes SEN Show 2020 will deliver an even bigger and better exhibition than previous years, packed with a wide range of companies, organisations and charities. 

Save hours in research and browse the latest resources under one roof and place orders at the show. Additionally, many exhibitors will be hosting special offers including show discounts and giveaways!

CPD-CERTIFIED SEMINARS

The Tes SEN Show hosted a great range of educational, CPD-certified seminars designed to leave you inspired with new, practical ideas to take back to your settings and implement straight away. 

The show's head of content, Beverley Walters, compiled an exciting programme full of top tier speakers to speak at the show in 2019. 

FREE-TO-ATTEND SPECIAL FEATURES

The Tes SEN Show 2019 featured a range of special features that have proved their popularity at previous shows. 

Visitors attend the Parent, Carer & Teacher Forum to learn about working collaboratively and to discuss key issues such as parental involvement and home education. This feature will bring together parents, carers and teachers to discuss issues as peers and find effective solutions for supporting the development of young learners. 

On the show floor, visitors attended the Exhibitor Workshop Theatre and the Exhibitor Spotlight Theatre, where select suppliers will educate you about the latest products and how they could help you provision. Ask the questions you've always wanted or sit back and listen - there's no obligation to buy. 

The 2019 show also featured two Keynote Panel Debates, where key policy influencers discussed SLCN provision in education and recommendations from the Bercow: 10 Years On review.