Tes SEN Show 2019

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:
Expertise: A scene from the exhibition at the 2018 Tes SEN Show

The Tes SEN Show 2019 takes place on October 4 and 5 in London when the theme will focus on provision for children and young people with speech, language and communication needs

It has been 10 years since MP John Bercow carried out his independent review of provision for children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) and this crucial area of SEN is to provide the theme for the 2019 Tes SEN Show.

The event takes place in London on October 4 and 5 and the keynote speech and panel debate will focus on the follow up report, Bercow: Ten years on, which looks at what has been achieved and what is still to be done since the original review.

The report has been published by I CAN, the children’s communication charity, and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. The keynote will be delivered by I CAN chief Bob Reitemeier.

The keynote panel debate will provide an update on where we are in achieving the Bercow review recommendations. Panel members include André Imich, SEND professional advisor at the Department for Education, and Nick Whittaker HMI, Ofsted’s national lead for SEND.

The event’s seminar programme highlights the importance and impact that SLCN has on access to the curriculum and the emotional wellbeing of children. It also looks at issues such as emotional regulation for children with autism, school transition, communication and mental health and school improvement.

There are 42 CPD-certified seminars at the event alongside specialist SEN exhibitors, workshops and other attractions. The event takes place at the Business Design Centre in London and registration is free.


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