tes SEN Show 2018

tes SEN Show 2018

Friday 05 October, 09:00 - Saturday 06 October, 16:00

Join us on stand 175 to learn about the SEN Assessment Toolkit, a one-stop-shop for SEN assessments.

Our award-winning SEN Assessment Toolkit has been developed to ensure schools have the tools they may need. Bringing together a number of tried and tested assessments that cover the most common and current areas of special needs.  The assessments in the toolkit cover 6 areas: Dyslexia, Literacy, Reading, Numeracy, Working memory and Mental Health and Wellbeing. The Toolkit provides support for completing EHCPs and exam access applications.

Talk to us about the SEN Assessment Toolkit as well as our other assessments including Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS), Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4) and Exact – our tool for exam access arrangements screening

We are the leading provider of formative assessments to UK schools, as well as providing assessments for overseas ministries and British, bilingual and international schools in over 100 countries worldwide for over 35 years. 

WORKSHOP: A two-step approach to tackling mental health and wellbeing Issues

Don’t miss Pat Hunt, Independent consultant: school improvement, safeguarding and SEN, in a session looking at how standardised assessments support both their whole school wellbeing programme across the trust as well as identifying barriers to learning and planning, and implementing classroom interventions.  With over 30 years’ experience in education across all phases, Pat is the champion of vulnerable pupils including pupils with special educational needs and looked after children. Experienced in school leadership, school improvement in local authority and leading Ofsted inspections, Pat now develops and manages safeguarding and special educational needs.

Where: Exhibitor Workshop Theatre
When: 13:45 – 14:30

To find out more about the show and see the full seminar programme on the organisers website!

What you'll learn...

  • Network and explore the latest developments in the SEND and education sector
  • Update knowledge and learn from evidence-based practice