NEWS

Check back here for the latest news regarding the Tes SEN Show, its speakers, sessions and sponsors. 

Meet the Exhibitor: Funky Feet Music

Funky Feet Music is a provider of original, award-winning music to excite and inspire children to move, and will be giving away a free mini-CD with each purchase at the Tes SEN Show. Hear from them about what they provide in this article.
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QbCheck: New ADHD test for schools

ADHD and pupils with the condition are still subject to controversy when, in fact, it is a pressing issue in most classrooms in the UK. Too many children with ADHD remain unidentified and are not making the progress they should be. There are, however, strategies that can positively influence the identification and development of children with ADHD.
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Meet the exhibitor: Dyslexia Action

Dyslexia Action Training and Professional Development is an accredited national training provider of courses designed and delivered to support professionals working with individuals with dyslexia and specific learning difficulties. The training courses are designed to strengthen the expertise and confidence of teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs, instructors, tutors, lecturers and learning support staff. Hear from them about what they plan to bring to the show here.
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SEN: Getting SLCN support right in your school

Effective support for children with speech, language and communication needs is essential, but how does your school measure up? Ten years on from the Bercow Review, Mary Hartshorne looks at the situation today and gives us a checklist for best practice.
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Are you ready for the removal of P Levels?

Earlier this month Tes SEN Show exhibitor B Squared ran a ‘Are you ready for the removal of P Levels?’ webinar. It covered the changes to the end of key stage statutory assessment, the impact this will have, how schools will need to change, as well as tips on how to have meaningful communication with parents. Watch it now.
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Integrating children with reading difficulties using C-Pens

Scanning Pens Ltd is the global distributor for the C-Pen. The ReaderPen and ExamReader by C-Pen are the perfect solutions for reading difficulties in the classroom and outside of it. The pens enhance the learning experience for many children who struggle to get the most out of their education because of the barriers they face from their disability.
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The use of computer readers in exams

Claro Software has released information to help examination and assessment centres make informed decisions about whether to use human readers or Computer Readers with text to speech software in examinations.
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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.
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