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What to expect
  • Develop your inclusive teaching and leadership for students with SEND.
  • Gain practical tools to improve your support of students with autism.
  • Ensure effective communication with parents and families.
  • Support classroom management, recognising behaviour as communication.
Key topics
  • Early identification and support
  • Complex need
  • Parental partnerships
  • Attendance
  • Workload.
'Great to get a sense of the bigger picture and learn about some really inspirational practice!'
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Why attend?
Inclusive Teaching

Ensure high-quality inclusive teaching and pastoral support. 

Wellbeing

Manage your workload, avoid burnout and build capacity for effective support. 

Attendance

Strengthen pastoral support for students with EBSA and engage parents. 

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Who is this conference for?

Selected job roles from last year's event: 

  • SENCOs 
  • Inclusion Lead 
  • Wellbeing Lead 
  • Teachers and LSAs
  • Assistant Headteachers 
  • Pastoral Leads 
'Thoroughly enjoyed being able to access CPD internationally and with the flexibility of watching a recording later if something crops up in school.'
SEND LEADERSHIP – DIGITAL 2024 DELEGATE
Programme

Programme

Leading Inclusive Learning - Module 1
Chair's welcome
Louise Dawson
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Early support for students without a diagnosis
Gain practical techniques to implement in class that support your early identification of needs whilst you wait for formal screening.
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Support complex needs
Sarah Johnson
With increasing numbers of students with complex needs in mainstream education, ensure you can meet need and support development.
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Comfort break
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Autism Spectrum Condition
Angharad Welch
Increase your understanding of ASC, and how you can engage and connect with autistic students, ensuring inclusion and the opportunity to thrive.
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Behaviour as communication
Louise Dawson
Manage classroom behaviour, ensuring students feel safe and able to focus on learning.
Leading Inclusive Learning - Module 2
Chair's welcome
Abigail Hawkins (FCCT)
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Effective working with parents and families
Dr Kirstie Rees
Enable a joined-up support system between school and home with effective communication at the heart of the relationship.
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Pathological Demand Avoidance
Karen Ferguson
Increase your knowledge of PDA and gain strategies to improve your communication and support of students with PDA.
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Comfort break
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Attendance
Understand reasons for absence and ensure you take action to remove barriers to attending, helping support students and families with a return to education.
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Manage your workload
Abigail Hawkins (FCCT)
Prioritise your workload, ensuring time and capacity to support students and staff.
Speakers

Conference speakers

Speaker headshot of Louise Dawson
Chair - Module 1
Education Consultant and Inclusion Specialist
Headshot photograph of Abigail Hawkins
Chair - Module 2
SENsible SENCO CIC
Founder
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Linrow Education
SEND Specialist and Founder
Headshot photo of Sarah Johnson
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Phoenix Education Consultancy
Education Consultant and Founder
Headshot phot of Dr Kirstie Rees
Speaker
Child and Educational Psychologist
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Speaker
Find the Key Speech and Language Therapy
Speech and Language Therapist, and Founder
Exhibitors