SEN Jigsaw Conference 2018

SEN Jigsaw Conference 2018

Announcing the date for the next SEN Jigsaw Conference 2018.

Wonderful news for the UK.  Here at Jabbla we are excited to announce that we are the main sponsor for the SEN Jigsaw Conference 2018 which is happening on the 21st April 2018 on Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK.
The aim of the conference is to provide information, talks and workshops that help supporters of children with special educational needs (SEN) as they empower those children through education.
The organisers are always keen to provide a range of speakers and workshops that will have something for everyone to gain from.

The SEN Jigsaw Conference starts with two plenary talks and this year the focus is very much about SEN and behaviour.
The first speaker is Speech and Language Therapist, Libby Hill who has been seen on TV a number of times advising on child language development.  At the SEN Jigsaw Conference , Libby’s plenary will be about language and behaviour.
The second plenary speaker is Sally Goddard-Blythe, psychologist and director of the Institute of Neurophysical Psychology.  Sally will be talking about classroom management from the perspective or retained primitive reflexes.

During the afternoon there will be a range of assistive technology workshops which will be announced on this blog shortly.  They are expected to cover topics such as assistive technology, dyslexia tutoring, EHCP’s and many other topics.  More information to follow.

To find out more about the SEN Jigsaw Conference or to book an early bird ticket simply click here.

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