Ealing Primary Teaching School Alliance Virtual SEND Conference & Exhibition

Event Dates and Prices

Wednesday 19th May 2021

9.00am – 12.30pm


Celebrating Difference and Embracing Inclusive Practices


Mondale Events are delighted to be assisting the Ealing Primary Teaching School Alliance (EPTSA) with their annual SEND Conference which will this year be held virtually on Wednesday 19th May.


Entitled “Celebrating Difference and Embracing Inclusive Practices”, the Conference is open to all SENCOs and Inclusion Managers and will have Margaret Mulholland and Dr Amelia Roberts as keynote speakers.  A full programme with details of additional workshops will be available below once finalised.

Delegates wishing to attend should please contact eptsa@castlebar.ealing.sch.uk as soon as possible for further details and to secure their place.


Companies wishing to participate in the Conference and take a dedicated page on the platform should please contact us as soon as possible to secure their place.  Exhibitor pages may include contact and product information, brochures, videosand incentives. This event will provide companies with an excellent opportunity to reach the target audience at a time when face-to-face meetings continue to be difficult to arrange.


Event Speakers

Dr Amelia Roberts

Dr Amelia Roberts

Dr Roberts is an Associate Professor at UCL, Deputy Director of UCL Centre for Inclusive Education and UCL Institute of Education’s Vice Dean (Enterprise). Dr Amelia Roberts’ research focuses on knowledge exchange and reflective practice to support teachers of vulnerable pupils and covers inclusive education, Lesson Study, Autism and whole school approaches to Social, Emotional and Mental Health. She is currently part of the research team on ‘Wellbeing and Behaviour: Identifying interventions for positive participation for young people at risk of exclusion in school in order to reduce adverse long term societal impact’. Amelia has worked with the Department for Education on a number of projects, including co-writing two reports for Whole School SEND and is currently an Inclusion Expert for the Standards and Testing Agency. Amelia led on the weekly publication of resources to help schools and families during Covid-19 related school disruption. She has spoken recently on Sky News, BBC South East today and BBC Radio on this and other topics. As part of her UCL role, she regularly visits the Falkland Islands and has worked with UNICEF in the Sultanate of Oman on an ‘Inclusive Classrooms’ project and led on an inclusive education project evaluation in Moldova with JK Rowling’s charity ‘The Lumos Foundation’. In 2019, Amelia spoke in Singapore as part of AWWA’s ‘Inclusion Expert’ Series.
Margaret Mulholland

Margaret Mulholland

Margaret is inclusion policy lead for the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) representing 20,000 school leaders. She is a leading advocate for inclusive pedagogy and the role SEND settings play in improving understanding of inclusive teaching and learning in mainstream. A regular advisor to the Department for Education, she sits on the SEND leadership board, and previously on the ITT curriculum and behaviour expert groups. Her teaching and leadership experience spans both mainstream and special settings, including seven years as Director of Development & Research at a leading Special School in London, establishing and leading the Teaching School Alliance, and thirteen years at the Institute of Education, where she was responsible for innovative employment based routes to teaching. This year she co-authored a new ITT resource for nasen and DfE. She is also Project Director for Whole School SEND, an Education Endowment Foundation trial to evaluate the impact of the SEND Review Framework. She is advisor on ITT for the States of Jersey. In 2020 Margaret developed an inclusive teacher training programme for special education in the Punjab on behalf of nasen and the Department for International Development. She is Honorary Norham Fellow at the University of Oxford, member of the UCET executive committee and writes a monthly column on research and inclusivity for TES Magazine. Twitter @MargaretMulhol2
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Event Exhibitors

Ealing Learning Partnership
Ealing Primary Teaching School Alliance
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