SEND & inclusion in the mainstream classroom

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A new best practice event from Headteacher Update will offer practical advice, case studies and ideas to ensure effective inclusion and SEND support in the mainstream classroom.


The SEND & Inclusion in the mainstream classroom conference will support teachers, school leaders and SENCOs with inclusive practice.

Taking place on Friday, November 25, in Birmingham the event features keynote presentations from Jean Gross CBE and Dr Pooky Knightsmith.

A further 12 practical workshops will offer advice and ideas for how mainstream teachers can ensure SEND students are fully engaged and supported in the classroom. The event, which is relevant to both primary and secondary colleagues, will also offer general advice for effective whole-school inclusive practice.

There are sessions addressing specific types of need such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, DCD, SEMH, and behavioural needs.

It will also offer advice to support SENCOs with their practice, plus tips to help SENCOs prepare for Ofsted inspection.

Relevant to all staff involved with delivering teaching and learning in schools, as well as SENCOs, pastoral staff, and others, all sessions and workshops will offer practical examples, insights and case studies to inspire, with many strategies for you to implement and adapt for your school’s circumstances.

The 14 conference sessions are:

  • Ten ideas to enable SEN learners to flourish
  • What does high-quality inclusive teaching look like?
  • Responding to pupil needs rather than labels
  • Trauma and attachment in the mainstream classroom
  • Getting it right for autistic learners in mainstream
  • An Autism Resource Base in the secondary school
  • Effective use of teaching assistants to support SEN learners
  • Dyslexia and Developmental Coordination Disorder
  • SEMH and behavourial needs (Secondary)
  • SEMH (Primary & Key Stage 3)
  • Adaptive teaching for students with SEND
  • SENCO Essentials: Preparing for Ofsted
  • Thoughts and ideas for how to become more inclusive
  • ADHD: Supporting students in the mainstream classroom

Attendance at the event costs £299, although an early bird rate of £269 is available until October 21. For details, visit www.send-conference.com or call 020 7501 6796.


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