As the government launches a SEND review into the Children and Families Act 2014, join leading practitioners from across education, health and social care partners will share practical initiatives helping to promote positive wellbeing while supporting students academically through COVID-19. You’ll learn more on what is required to promote inclusivity, develop a whole school approach and explore life beyond school.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Malcolm Reeve, National SEND Leader, Whole School SEND
  • Anne Heavy, National Director, NASEN
  • Dr Joseph Mintz, Associate Professor in Education, Institute of Education
  • Dr Julia Katherine, Head of Inclusion, Portsmouth City Council
  • Professor Sonia Blandford, CEO, Achievement for All
  • Rosie Green, Founder, Solutions for Inclusion
  • Julia Tyldesley, SENCO, Dagenham Park School
  • Shainey Slater, SENCO & Assistant Headteacher, Bevington Primary School

Key Points

                The Children and Families Act Five Years on: exploring how policy can transform education for children and young people with SEND

  • Working Together: improving multi-agency work across schools, local authorities and social work to increase support and opportunities
  • Best Practice Examples: hear from primary and secondary schools, local authorities and further education colleges implementing new ideas to help enhance school experience

Westminster Insight will be live streaming all forthcoming events while social distancing measures are in place

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Conference details:

Wednesday 14th October 2020

09.30 - 16.25

Streaming Live