The Tes SEN Show is the largest, most-established special educational needs show in the UK. The show provides the ideal environment for SEN professionals at all levels of education to benefit from direct access to professional development opportunities and the latest products, resources and services available to the sector.
With 42 CPD certified seminars, a wide range of free-to-attend workshop sessions and a great mix of exhibitors showcasing their products and services, the Tes SEN Show is the must-attend event for all those who work in SEN.
The Show will include several speeches and seminars from CDC, including from Assistant Director for Education, Philippa Stobbs, Assistant Director for Social Care, Caroline Bennett and Principal Health Officer Anna Gardiner, as well as Anti-Bullying Alliance Programme Lead Nicola Murray. CDC staff will also be available on the day at our CDC stand.
Following on from the success of the rejuvenated 2017 show which welcomed 4,800 attendees, this year's show will once again provide visitors with unrivalled access to expert speakers exploring best practice, policy and provision, and a host of exhibitors delivering engaging workshops throughout the show.
The show also sees the return of the Parent and Carer Forum where visitors will also have the opportunity to meet with peers who are themselves teachers and the parents of children with SEN - an invaluable way to get inspirational advice, share tips and ideas.
Add to this the opening keynote debate and the Tes SEN Show is an event not to be missed. Make sure you take time away from your daily pressures to focus on your professional development, to update your current thinking and leave feeling inspired with new ideas to bring learning alive for pupils with SEN.
Friday 5th October 2018: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 6th October 2018: 10.00am to 4.00pm