The SEND Summit returns to London this month

Children & Young People Now are hosting this year's The SEND Summit: Policy Reform & Practice Impact, at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London. It takes place 19 June and will feature talks on the SEND and AP improvement plan, transitions into adulthood and improving outcomes for deaf children
The SEND Summit returns to London this month
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Children & Young People Now are hosting this year's The SEND Summit: Policy Reform & Practice Impact, at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London. The event, which is in its fourth year, takes place 19 June.

The summit is aimed at all those working in education settings, including SEND practitioners in all settings, SENDCOs, senior leadership and welfare officers. 

SESSIONS INCLUDE:

  • Progress to date on key goals one year on from the SEND and AP improvement plan and what more needs to be done
  • Down’s Syndrome Association Education Advisor Sharon Smith will be joined by her 19-year-old daughter Tanzie, who has Down’s syndrome, to discuss support for young people with learning disabilities as they approach adulthood
  • Members of the Department for Education-funded FLARE group for young people with SEND will share their experiences of being part of a national strategic advisory group
  • Implications for practice of financial pressures on families with children with SEND
  • Tackling racism and inequality in the SEND system
  • Learn from Auditory Verbal UK on Improving outcomes and opportunities for deaf children

Sharon Smith was recently on the SEND Network podcast. If you want a taste of what Sharon will discuss at this years SEND Summit, check it out: Including children who have Down’s Syndrome with Sharon Smith.

You can view the full programme and register your place at www.sendsummit.co.uk

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