The Strategy Summit
Building a community in SEND provision
across regions, local authorities, multi-academy trusts, clusters, partnerships and other groups of schools
20th September, Church House, Westminster
Following the success of the first Whole School SEND Summit in February, we are delighted to announce the Strategy Summit, which will focus on approaches to including and supporting learners with SEND across regions, local authorities, MATs, clusters and other groups of schools.
This event is for regional leads, Inclusion Leads, Directors of Inclusion, teachers, senior leaders, SENDCos, parents, trustees and governors. We ask that you are involved with SEND at a cross-school level and have a strong commitment to improving outcomes for learners with SEND.
Our aim is to strengthen our community of 4000 schools, leaders and advocates in order to develop thinking around cross-school inclusion and drive improvement nationwide.
Sir David Carter National Schools Commissioner
Warwick Masell Freelance journalist
Anita Kerwin-Nye Chair, Whole School SEND
Simon Knight Director, Whole School SEND
Rob Webster Director, MITA (Maximising the Impact of TAs)
Jackie Valin Headteacher, Southfield's Academy
The event will also serve as a platform for showcasing the latest resources and opportunities from Whole School SEND, including a free SEND Review programme for MATs, a free professional development programme for national SEND Advocates and a range of cutting edge resources from Whole School SEND partners.
Tickets are subsidised at £200.
In line with our policy of maximising access to as broad a group of contributors as possible, we have bursaries available for those to whom cost may be prohibitive.
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