Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead 2021 Virtual SEND Conference & Exhibition
Event Dates and Prices
Tuesday 23rd February 2021
9.00am – 2.45pm
Strategic Leadership of SEND
Mondale Events are delighted to be working in partnership with the Inclusion Service of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and to be facilitating this one day virtual 2021 SEND Conference and Exhibition.
The Conference will be an unmissable, informative day of professional learning for Headteachers, SENCos, Senior Leaders , Teachers and Support Staff. Delegates will hear from leading experts, develop their skills and knowledge, network with peers and receive valuable insights and resources to improve SEND provision within their school.
We will be welcoming Natalie Packer and Finton O’Regan as keynote speakers in the morning to be followed by a comprehensive range of workshops delivered by Katherine Walsh and other SEND practitioners. Full details of the programme and workshops may be found below.
Delegates will be able to access most of the conference materials, including recordings of some of the sessions, on the virtual platform for two weeks following on from the event.
The cost per delegate is £50.00. Please use the registration button below to book your place and note that full joining instructions with the necessary link to access the virtual platform will be emailed one week before the event.
The virtual platform provided by Mondale Events for this Conference will include an exhibitors’ area where organisations are invited to take advantage of this excellent opportunity to promote their products and services to the target audience with advertisements, videos, interactive quizzes, prizes etc. Organisations and companies wishing to participate should please contact us for further details.
Fin was the Head teacher of the Centre Academy from 1996 -2002, which was the first specialist school in the UK for students between the ages of 7-19 specialising issues related to ADHD, ASD and ODD.
He is an associate lecturer for Leicester University, the National Association of Special Needs, the Institute of Education, the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre and the former Vice Chairman of the UK ADHD Network and of the European ADHD Alliance.
He has written a number of books and published articles on the subject of ADHD, ODD and a range of Learning, Behaviour and Socialisation issues.
Fin now works as trainer and consultant both nationally and internationally with regards to supporting schools, children and families with SEND and behaviour issues. Fin’s keynote speech will explore how every teacher is a teacher of both traditional and non-traditional learners and his presentation will consider the issue of how best to support inclusive learning and behavioural and socialisation needs of students across both primary and secondary schools.
Katherine Walsh is the Regional SEND Leader for South Central England and Northwest London. Katherine is an experienced teacher and SENDCo; her leadership of SEND provision spans fourteen years in both the primary and secondary sectors in England and America. Katherine has particular expertise in working with leadership teams to develop school-wide systems, establishing shared and inclusive visions for the education of children with SEND. In addition to her role as Regional SEND Leader with Whole School SEND, she is currently leading the Educational Endowment Foundation’s trial of the SEND Review across mainstream secondary schools in England.
Natalie is an Independent Education Consultant specialising in SEND and school improvement. She develops and delivers a wide range of face-to-face and online training and support to schools and multi-academy trusts. She carries out school and MAT SEND reviews and works with two trusts in the East Midlands providing strategic SEND leadership. Natalie is also a trustee of Learn-AT in Leicestershire and a member of nasen’s 0-11 Advisory Group. She is the author of The Perfect SENCO and The Teacher’s Guide to SEN publications.