Thursday 25th September – Manchester
Chair: Matt Hood, Charity Development, Achievement for All
Pat Bullen, SEND Pathfinder Lead, Leicester City Council
Sarah Butters, Local Offer Lead, Trafford Council
Dave Calvert, Executive Headteacher, Lancasterian School
Kate Squires, SENCO, Queensbridge Visual and Performing Arts School
The Children and Families Act presents the most radical changes to Special Educational Needs (SEN) and support in England for 30 years. With a new SEN Code of Practice published, Capita’s established Special Education Needs 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.
As well as exploring the impact of new developments including the new single assessment process, Education, Health and Care Plans, the Local Offer and personal budgets, this conference will explore successful approaches in mainstream and special settings.
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.
Contact: Alex Esson on 020 7202 0557 or alexander.esson@
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