Special Episode – Tes SEND Show
We are delighted to welcome Beverley Walters, Exhibition Director for the Tes SEND Show on The SENDcast.
Beverley joins Dale for this special episode highlighting what’s on at this year’s Tes SEND Show 13 – 14 October in London and why you should be there!
“It’s an absolutely fantastic place to network and there’s so much to learn, so much to take advantage of and we’ve just packed so much into the programme.” Beverley Walters
Attending Tes SEND Show provides the opportunity for the entire school workforce to stay up to date with latest SEND issues, stay connected at a national level and find out the latest developments, policy updates such as the SENDAP Improvement Plan and how to implement them; to network with peers, exhibitors, speakers and to invest in their own CPD. Visitors can hear Michael Rosen read poems and present the winners of our poetry competition, as well as attend the Leadership Summit, Tes Editor’s Chats, free Keynotes at the start of each day, the innovative and entertaining SEND TeachMeet and inspirational Parent, Carer and Teacher Forum… to name just a few things happening in a jam-packed two day show.
About Beverley Walters
Beverley has over 20 years’ experience of organising and curating events for the education sector, focusing on special educational needs and disability (SEND). She is responsible for the Tes SEND Show’s content strategy and structure across all 42 seminars, parent and carer forum presentations, exhibition management and exhibitor workshops. Beverley is passionate about raising awareness of SEN and has a wealth of knowledge and experience of the SEN sector. As safeguarding Governor of a special SEMH school in the West Midlands, Beverley stays up to date with the latest policy and issues impacting front line staff and brings this knowledge and experience to Tes SEND Show.
Tes SEND Show 2023
The Tes SEND Show is the UK’s largest show in the sector, bringing together expertise from across the sector to help bring learning alive for pupils with SEND.
Through a rich mix of content spread across two days, you will:
- gain the latest policy updates and what recommendations mean for you in practice
- take home tools and strategies at the cutting-edge of SEND provision
- put your questions to policy influencers
- share your successes and challenges with your peers
- test the latest products and receive exclusive offers from exhibitors
With CPD Seminars and Special Features in the programme, check out their website for more information.
Some of our expert speakers from the podcast and training sessions are speaking at the TES SEND Show. This is your chance to meet them in person and ask your questions! Some of the speakers include:
Lorraine Petersen OBE, Educational Consultant
Jane Friswell, SEND Consultant & Parent Advocate
Kim Griffin, Occupational Therapist
Neil Mackay, CEO, Action Dyslexia
Sarah-Jane Critchley, Different Joy Partnership
Michael Surr, Head of Education, nasen
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