SEND Conference 2021 will bring together all three services – education, health and care - to reflect on the changing landscape in neurodiversity, including a focus on lesser known conditions and syndromes with a genetic or chromosomal basis.
All content will be available to conference delegates on demand for 30 days after the event.
Who should attend?
School leaders in all types of schools and SEN support services, across Early Years, Primary, secondary and post-16 settings.
- To identify, celebrate and disseminate the excellent practice which promotes effective outcomes for young people with SEND across the whole of the education sector
- To enrich, energise and inspire the leaders whose work impacts on the experiences and achievements of young people with SEND
- To provide time to reflect, share and network within a conducive environment
- To showcase NAHT’s role as a thought leader in the sector and to understand better members’ interests and challenges
- To ensure that leaders attending are better equipped intellectually, emotionally and professionally to continue their vital work when they leave than when they arrived
0830 - 0900 Registration/Join the event
0900 - 0910 Introduction and welcome - Marijke Miles, chair of SEND Council
0915 - 0925 - Presentation by sponsor
0930 - 1030 Keynote speaker - Dr Amanda Kirby
1030 - 1130 Keynote speaker - Professor Francesca Happé
1130 - 1150 Break
1155 - 1255 Breakout session one
1300 - 1400 Lunch
1405 - 1505 Breakout session two
1505 - 1515 Break
1515 -1545 - Keynote three
1545 - Conference close - Marijke Miles
2021 Breakout Sessions
Rare Syndromes with Jo Wright
ADHD with Dr Tony Lloyd and Colin Foley, ADHD Foundation
Behaviour Hubs with John d'Abbro
Helping Parents to Help Themselves - with Grainne Saunders
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder - with Shushma Jain
Please note the booking terms and conditions. All cancellations must be made in writing and may be subject to a cancellation fee.