TES SEN NORTH 2019

10 - 11 MAY 2019 | MANCHESTER CENTRAL

After 26 years in London, and due to increasing visitor demand, the Tes SEN Show is expanding in 2019 with the launch of an additional new event: Tes SEN North.

Tes SEN North 2019 will take place in the heart of Manchester at the iconic Manchester Central, to provide SEN professionals from across the UK with with a new opportunity to access high-quality, relevant SEN training, suppliers and learning opportunities, and in turn to provide specialist SEN suppliers, associations and charities with a new way to reach SEN professionals nationally.

The Tes SEN Show in London has taught us a lot about our audience, their passion for delivering expert SEN provision, and their thirst for professional development, supported by the latest resources, and we are committed to bringing a new, equally inspiring show to the North.

Tes SEN North will be packed with professional development opportunities including an exciting and refreshing CPD certified seminar programme with 32 sessions to choose from, a wide range of free-to-attend features and a great mix of exhibitors showcasing the very latest products and services. There is no better place to gain insight, network, be inspired, discover the latest resources and collaborate with peers.

Save the dates: 10 & 11 May 2019 and make sure you visit Tes SEN North - empowering the wider SEN community. 

You can register your interest in advance here to be kept up to date the show, and to be first to know when registration opens.

News

Teacher development: Making CPD more effective

What makes an outstanding teacher? Last year, Helen Webb wrote about her work developing an in-school teacher development programme. She now updates us on this work, the challenges she has encountered and how the programme has evolved.

Explaining inattentive ADHD

The hyperactive version of ADHD is well-known and often spotted, but students with inattentive ADHD frequently go undiagnosed, as Daniel Sobel knows from his own experience.

Teaching interventions: Pre and over learning

The one teaching intervention that could most benefit a range of students, including EAL and SEN, is – according to Daniel Sobel – the use of pre-learning and over-learning. He discusses how these concepts can be introduced.

Venue

Manchester Central, Windmill St, Manchester M2 3GX