Day 4, begins with a keynote session on achieving the best outcomes for children and young people with SEND delivered by Amelie Thompson, Regional SEND Leader for South East and South London.
Amelie will share ideas to support SEN students in mainstream settings helping to close the attainment gap and prevent exclusions. She will highlight the importance of early identification through effective partnership working, especially during the current pandemic and given the additional strain on resources to prevent those with additional needs slipping through the net.
1.00pm | SEND - Whole-school approaches to inclusion and accessibility for children and young people with SEND
1.35pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
1.55pm | EARLY YEARS - Reducing the speech, language and communication attainment gap
2.30pm | SCHOOLS - Translating youth provision into school improvement
Whole School SEND Regional SEND Leader for South East and South London
Amelie Thompson is Whole School SEND Regional SEND Leader for South East and South London. She is Head of Inclusion across a federation of six community mainstream primary schools and has recently worked as co-Headteacher in two primary schools....