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Special Educational Needs Conference - Monday 24th March 2014 - Central London

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Special Educational Needs Conference - Monday 24th March 2014 - Central London


Published by Matthew Simpson for Capita Conferences in Education and also in Care and Support, Local Government

Special Educational Needs Conference - Monday 24th March 2014

Location – Central London

Please quote Booking Source Code SMMK when booking online

Capita Conferences’ established Special Education Needs (SEN) Conference
is extremely well timed to provide a forum to discuss the major legislative reforms and help you fully prepare for implementation from September 2014.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from policy experts, outstanding schools, award winners and those achieving in challenging circumstances who will provide you with practical tools to help you implement the SEN reforms, whilst ensuring the best outcomes for all children and young people.


  • Keynote: Stephen McShane HMI, National Adviser, Disability and Special Educational Needs, Ofsted
  • Chair: Professor Sonia Blandford, Chief Executive, Achievement for All
  • David Bateson OBE, Executive Principal, Ash Field Academy and Carlton Digby School, Vice Chair, Federation of Leaders in Special Education and Chair, National SEND Forum
  • Karina Kulawik, Interim Head of SEN and Inclusion, Wiltshire County Council
  • Ian Ashman, Principal, Hackney Community College
  • Kate Ruttle, SENCO, Great Heath Primary School
  • Annie Sutton, Vice Principal, St Joseph’s Specialist School and College
  • Kate Squires, SENCO, Queensbridge Visual and Performing Arts School

Benefits of Attending

  • Take the opportunity to discuss and pose your questions about the implications of the Children and Families Bill and the new Code of Practice
  • Get to grips with Ofsted’s expectations when scrutinising SEN aspects of provision and understand the key elements of outstanding provision
  • Hear from a regional SEN Pathfinder on how they have been developing their local offer in collaboration with local schools
  • Explore an innovative approach to post-16 SEN provision
  • Learn from an outstanding special school on developing innovative and creative curricula that meet the needs of individual pupils
  • Understand how you can best work with schools to share data and identify SEN students at the earliest opportunity during important transition phases

For more information:

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