Bradford SEND conference hailed a success

Following our highly successful SEND conference in Bradford on 18 July 2017 which focused on serving the needs of pupils with special educational needs and disability (SEND) please see below video links to watch the presentations.

The “Putting Children at the Centre” – Bradford SEND conference 2017 also allowed the council to set out its vision for the district where Bradford moves towards a sector-led self improving model of SEND provision where best practice is shared between schools.

The audience then heard from three top national speakers in SEND education. 

Jane Friswell, a former chief executive of the Nasen (National Association of Special Educational Needs) charity and director of SEND Consultancy, focused on why “Good practice for students with SEND is good practice for all.” 

Jean Gross CBE spoke about how to support learners with SEND through quality first teaching and Simon Knight, from the London Leadership, talked about School Based SEND Review, a nationally recognised review tool for evaluating how well a school is meeting the needs of SEND children which is being rolled out across the Bradford District next term.

Local Authority Overview:

Angela Spencer-Brooke, Strategic Manager SEND & Behaviour

Ruth Dennis, Principal Educational Psychologist

 

Keynote 1 :  Jane Friswell -

https://goo.gl/4km3C4

 

Keynote 2 : Jean Gross -

https://goo.gl/c4SxWY

 

Keynote 3 : Simon Knight -

https://goo.gl/VUrAKn

 

Local Authority Overview : Angela Spencer-Brooke, Ruth Dennis -

https://goo.gl/XZSGgs

 

 

 


Information

Published: 16/10/2017
Audience: ALL
Contact: Fiona Binns

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