We look forward to welcoming a range of exhibitors at our Every Child Included in Education conference. Some of the fantastic organisations joining us include:
Boogie Mites mission is to provide the knowledge, confidence and resources to support a rich, varied and regular music provision in Early Years settings and at home. They write original songs and compile music programmes that are tried and tested to inspire and motivate the adults and children taking part
CACI Children & Young People's Services provides the tools, systems & support to help practitioners share data efficiently across multi-agency services. They are a leading supplier of specialist youth justice information management software and consultancy to children’s services across the UK.
Skills Builder Partnership
The Skills Builder Partnership, led by Enabling Enterprise, brings together over 500 primary and secondary schools, employers and skills-building organisations. They work to ensure every child and young person builds the essential skills to thrive: skills including teamwork, leadership, presenting, aiming high and staying positive. They provide teacher training, assessment tools and classroom materials to support a rigorous approach to these skills as part of a broad and balanced curriculum.
Fair Education Alliance
The Fair Education Alliance is a coalition of over 100 of the UK’s leading organisations from business, third sector and education. Together they work towards a world where our education system is fair – where no child’s educational success is limited by their socio-economic background. This is a world where disadvantage no longer determines literacy and numeracy rates at primary school, GCSE attainment at secondary school, the emotional wellbeing and resilience of young people, participation in further education or employment based training and university graduation. Their mission is to use their collective voice and influence to create change by helping a wide range of stakeholders to close the gap between the most disadvantaged children and their wealthier peers
I CAN supports children from 0-19 through our programmes, interventions and specialist schools, and through resources, training and information for parents, families and people who work with children and young people. They work in early years settings and schools across the UK with their evidence-based programmes and run two special schools for children with the most severe and complex needs.
Practical Action provides popular science, design and technology and STEM teaching resources which focus on a whole range of global issues including energy, climate change and disaster risk reduction. The free resources for primary and secondary include lesson plans, PowerPoints, activities, posters, challenges, images, videos and games all set within a global context
QRoutes is the market leader for the planning of schools’ transport, including the particularly complex field of home to school transport for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Special Needs Jungle
Special Needs Jungle is a leading SEN website providing easy to understand resources, articles and information for parents and carers of children with special needs, disabilities and health conditions to better enable them to navigate the special needs system.
St David's College
St David's College is a mainstream independent boarding and day school educating children from 9 to 19 years of age. Their highly regarded SEN provision helps those with dyslexia and associated learning needs, work seamlessly in a mainstream environment.
The Attachment Research Company (ARC)
ARC is a membership organisation dedicated to sharing best practice, and to turning important research and understanding into ways of working that make a difference. Its community of schools, settings, trainers and researchers are committed to addressing everyone's attachment needs and supports research into understanding the processes of attachment and trauma, to support children to achieve their maximum potential.
TeachingTimes is part of the Imaginative Minds Group which specialises in products that raise standards of teaching and learning using critical and creative thinking. Imaginative Minds publishes School Leadership Today, Professional Development Today, Creative Teaching and Learning magazines, along with Every Child Journal and Learning Spaces.
The Bubble is specially designed in partnership with cloudThing and Microsoft providing educational professionals across the UK with an online learning space from Achievement for All. The resources, materials and online learning facilities support the development of high impact inclusive practice at every age and stage. The Bubble can also be customised to suit the needs of your organisation through tailor-made modules that complement planned school improvement activities.
One Team Logic
The safeguarding company One Team Logic bring you MyConcern, their safe and secure, Queen’s Award-winning software solution created and developed by child protection experts with backgrounds in policing, social care and education. MyConcern allows school staff the ability to record and manage all safeguarding and well-being concerns. It protects children and young people from a range of risks using a trusted, secure and intuitive platform which enables early intervention. It also provides safeguarding leads with the peace of mind that they are meeting their statutory, legal and moral obligations to children and young people under their care.
Fox Puzzles of London create unique dynamic premium wooden layered puzzles. They are a joint venture with Indian company Edcraft - India’s leading makers and suppliers of multi-sensorial teaching materials to schools. FoxEd’s objectives are to create ethical, multi-sensorial wooden puzzles and teaching materials that benefit people, animals and the environment. Fox puzzles are ideal resources to support teachers and parents and give children of all abilities an inclusive education, so that no child is left out
Nessy has been making fun, educational software since 1999. During this time Nessy has been the winner of the prestigious Educational Resources Award three times in a row and their programs are used in over 10,000 schools worldwide. The founder of Nessy, Mike Jones, is passionate about helping children everywhere to enjoy learning. Mike leads the development of all Nessy programs, ensuring they are uniquely qualified to help dyslexic children & struggling readers. Nessy programs are designed to help address the specific difficulties caused by dyslexia & have proven to be effective for children of all abilities. Nessy is now online so you can use Nessy at school, at home or on the go on multiple devices, including tablets. They have also developed a series of engaging apps for IOS & Android devices.
CENTURY is an artificially intelligent learning platform for teachers and students. CENTURY, which launched in October 2015 and has been available globally from September 2016, uses AI technology to provide a personalised learning journey to students and offers real-time insights and analytics to educators. An adaptive learning platform that combines artificial intelligence, data science & cognitive neuroscience to deliver revolutionary education. CENTURY learns how each individual learns to provide a personalised learning path for every student. With differentiated English, Maths and Science resources, instant feedback and recommended topics, they enable students to take charge of their development.
Healthy Home and Office
Can children be helped to focus more – yes, can we have higher engagement levels and achieve better results – yes. A series of recent trials now provide UK based evidence that the Alphabetter stand up desk with fidget bar encourages pupils to be more active without distracting others. Healthy Home and Office has seen positive results not only with children with special educational needs but generally with all children across the board
Oxford University Press
As part of one of the world’s great universities, Oxford University Press is driven by a love of learning and a deep conviction that education is a universal good. For Oxford University Press, every child deserves to be taught by brilliantly professional teachers, working in close partnership with engaged parents, using the best and most inspiring learning resources, technology, and teaching methods. To that end, they work with the brightest and most creative educational thinkers to ensure that right across their vast range of products and services, everything comes together coherently to achieve the best possible results, in any real-life learning setting, anywhere in the world.
Early Excellence are the leading provider of high-quality training, resources and furniture to support provision and practice in young children’s education. With an expert team and history of successful delivery, they have an unparalleled reputation for supporting, upskilling and informing Leaders and Practitioners in the areas of Early Years educational practice – teaching, learning and assessment. They have established a strong reputation for delivering excellence built on the educational values they hold and have become the trusted training partner for many organisations, schools and settings.
No matter what stage you’re at in your teaching career, Bloomsbury Education provides high quality, practical books and resources to support your teaching and professional development. Bloomsbury Education authors include Professor Sonia Blandford, Daniel Sobel, Ross Morrison McGill, Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Sue Cowley, Penny Tassoni, Richard Gerver and other knowledgeable and inspiring experts. Titles range from poetry and high low and historical fiction, to classroom activities and schemes of work, to leadership guidance, CPD provision, and quick ideas on behaviour, meaning that whatever your challenge, Bloomsbury Education can probably help you out. Bloomsbury Education will help you not only survive the challenges of teaching but thrive and be the best you can be.
Learning is a never-ending road of discovery, challenge, inspiration, and wonder. For many people, it is the route to a job to support their family or the skills to help them progress in their career. That’s why Pearson is focused on helping learners at every stage of the journey discover a love of learning that helps provide opportunities throughout their lives. Because wherever learning flourishes, so do people
Texthelp believe that literacy is every student’s passport to academic, social and professional success. Yet many students struggle to achieve their potential, throughout their educational life and need extra support. Perhaps their first language isn’t English or they have dyslexia or other special education needs. Other children simply struggle to engage with everyday reading, writing and comprehension tasks. Their user-friendly literacy and learning technologies are used across the globe to support teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom. Their software engages and supports learners through a range of reading, writing, STEM and research features. They can be used at each step of the educational journey to raise attainment levels; and support children when they are learning to read, working in the classroom or studying at home. Their solutions can also be used in exams and assessments and whilst preparing for further or higher education.
Lyreco are a global business solutions company, providing a one stop solution to business needs from Janitorial, PPE, Furniture to Office Supplies. Still family owned Lyreco places the environment, corporate social responsibility and customers at the heart of its operations. They stock a huge range of environmental products, which equates to 50% of all their orders and run their own staff funded charity where they have helped education over 70,000 children and build 150 schools in developing nations.
Scanning Pens Ltd is the global distributor for the C-Pen. As a leading Assistive Technology supplier for over 15 years, they combine their expert knowledge with years of experience in the dyslexia field to develop solutions for individuals, educational institutions and commercial organisations helping people with reading difficulties such as dyslexia, visual impairment, physical disabilities and much more. Scanning Pens provide reading aids for those with Special Educational Needs / SpLD as well as those wishing to improve their literacy helping educational institutions save money and resources alongside increasing grades!
Calibre Audio Library
Calibre Audio Library brings the joy of reading to young people who are blind or partially sighted or have another disability that makes printed material inaccessible such as dyslexia. They work with schools to set up groups so you can help your students experience the joy audio books can bring. Students under 16 can choose from over 3,000 unabridged titles, fiction and non-fiction. Students over 16 have access to over 10,000 titles, including many recommended texts for GCSE and A-Level examinations. The books are available to download or stream for your lessons. There’s a free 3-month trial for your students to experience the service for themselves.
Ednex is revolutionising the way schools recruit and saving them time and money in the process. Set up by people passionate about education and innovation, Ednex is supporting schools to reduce or even eliminate recruitment spend via agencies by providing a safe and secure place to connect directly with teachers, TAs and education professionals who match their needs. Ednex partner schools create their own bespoke profile through which they can manage and promote all vacancies, simply and efficiently. The Ednex platform matches vacancies with relevant, vetted and background checked candidates meaning only candidates who meet the specific job criteria will be able to reply. Ednex charges no recruitment fees, no temp to perm fees and no agency margin ensuring schools can improve efficiencies and save money. To register please visit www.ednex.co.uk
Best Practice Network
Best Practice Network’s mission is to make a difference to children and young people by developing education leaders, teachers and support staff. They do this by providing quality professional development that is nationally recognised and delivered via a network of education partners. Their range of CPD programmes, school improvement services and digital tools helps us to support schools, early years settings, multi-academy trusts and teaching school alliances to deliver great education for children and young people. They are approved by the Department for Education to deliver National Professional Qualifications for Middle and Senior Leadership, Headship and Executive Leadership. They are also a registered provider of the National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination and Higher Level Teaching Assistant Status, and an Initial Teacher Training provider specialising in Early Years.
BeyondAutism is a charity dedicated to empowering people with autism to lead fuller lives through positive educational experiences, training for the people who work with them and support for their families and carers. Our services include Early Years, Independent Special Schools for 4-19 year olds, Post-19 provision and Outreach and Training.
SEN Recruitment are a specialist company specialising in SEND with a prime focus on ensuring children and adults with SEND have the right provision in place to ensure they are able to meet their full potential. They pride themselves on their passion and knowledge of SEND and their stringent recruitment process that ensures their candidates have the right skills and passion to work in such a specialist sensitive field within education and care. They are a niche, bespoke company who are advocates for children and young people with SEND with the children’s needs at the centre of everything they do. Their knowledge and passion of the sector enables them to work as part of a multi-agency approach with their clients to ensure the best possible outcome of the learners no matter what their needs or background are. They recruit SEND Teachers, Specialist Head Teachers, SENCO’S, Pastoral Officers, SEND TA’S, Residential Support Workers, Speech and Language Therapists all who have the passion and experience to work with a range of SEND including ASC,SLD, PMLD, ADHD, SEMH, Medical Needs and Speech and Language Difficulties. SEN Recruitment – Making a difference