South West SEND Conference
Thursday 6th June 2019 | Sandy Park, Exeter | 09:00 - 16:15
The 2019 SEND Conference will provide an invaluable opportunity for SENCOs and Leaders, across all phases, to update their SEN knowledge and improve the provision within their setting.
Through high-quality keynote speakers, the day will inspire delegates with a national SEND update and support delegates to evidence pupil progress effectively. Supporting workshops, and a closer look at the Graduated Response Tool, will encourage discussion and reflection on how to improve outcomes for pupils across a range of special education needs.
With keynote speaker Adam Boddison’s involvement, delegates will be treated to expert insight into the wider world of SEND through his experience as Chief Executive for NASEN. His work through this and other bodies provides an unrivalled experience across special educational needs and disabilities.
Key reasons to attend:
- Share best practice and strengthen relationships
- Opportunity to discuss and debate
- Reflect on current practice
- Network with colleagues from across the South West
Who Should Attend?
SENCOs from Primary, Secondary and Special Education, Early Years and FE Leaders, Headteachers, Inclusion Managers and other professionals working with pupils with SEND
About Adam Boddison
Dr Adam Boddison is the Chief Executive for nasen (National Association for Special Educational Needs) with responsibility for strategic direction and operational delivery across the full breadth of nasen’s activity. He is also the Chair of the Whole School SEND consortium, which is leading on the delivery of the government’s SEND Schools’ Workforce contract. Adam is a National Leader of Governance, Chair and Vice-Chair of two Local Authority primary schools and a Trustee at two Multi-Academy Trusts, which span primary, secondary and specialist settings. Adam is a Trustee of the Potential Trust, a member of the National SEND Forum and a Fellow of the RSA. Prior to this, Adam held a number of senior education roles including Director of the Centre for Professional Education at the University of Warwick and Academic Principal for IGGY (a global educational social network for gifted teenagers). He has published a range of mathematics books and is a qualified clinical hypnotherapist.
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Outstanding! It costs a lot of time and money for staff to spend a day out of school - this was so worth it and still buzzing! If you have one day out in the year do this!
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