Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance
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Vulnerable Learners Conference 2018

Vulnerable Learners: The Inclusion Challenge

 

Friday 19th January, 9am - 4:15pm

Unipart Conference Centre, OX4 6LN

£150

 

This year the Vulnerable Learners conference will focus on re-thinking Inclusion during the tough times. Speakers will outline practical, low-cost strategies that overcome systemic barriers to learning.

 

Through sharing examples of strong moral leadership, high quality classroom practice, and considering how best to monitor and evaluate approaches designed to meet the needs of the most vulnerable, we want to ensure that schools are better equipped to offer an excellent education to all their pupils, irrespective of the complexity of their needs​.

 

The day will be a mix of keynote presentations and a TeachMeet style session, led by William Harvey from the Vale Academy Trust, focussing on the good habits of daily school life that lead to Outstanding Inclusion.

 

Other confirmed speaks include:

 

  • Simon Knight (@simonknight100) - Author of the new SEND Review: Classroom Practice, for London Leadership Strategy
     
  • Amjad Ali (@ASTSupportAAli) - Assistant Head Teacher and SENDCO at Aureus School​​​. ​Author of TryThisTeaching.com.​
  • Ingrid Lewis - Managing Director, EENET, Editor of Enabling Education Review.
     
  • Rachel Cosgrove - Assistant Headteacher at Warriner Academy, Bloxham, leading on 10 minute CPD.
     
  • David Hartwell - Deputy Headteacher, and Tay Yardley Barnes - SENDCo at Middleton Cheney Primary Academy.

 

This is an opportunity to hear from some of those leading the field in the education of vulnerable learners, and to take away ideas and examples that will contribute to achieving greater Inclusion and educational excellent for everyone. 

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