Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead 2024 SEND Conference & Exhibition

Event Dates and Prices

Tuesday 27th February 2024



Maximising the impact of the SEND workforce in school

We are delighted to have been asked again by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM) Inclusion Service to assist them with their 2024 Annual SEN Conference and Exhibition.

The event is open to all Senior Leaders and SEN and Inclusion Coordinators and is being held at the conveniently located Windsor Racecourse.  The day will consist of a Conference with keynote speakers Gary Aubin and Amar Latif OBE, a choice of workshops and an education suppliers exhibition. 

The delegate charge for this event is £60.00 including VAT, lunch, refreshments throughout the day and complimentary on site parking. Delegates wishing to attend should please register using the button below.

Organisations wishing to take a stand at this event should kindly contact us as soon as possible as space at the venue is limited and stands can only be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Delegate Registration

Windsor Racecourse, Maidenhead Road, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 5JJ

Event Speakers

Amar Latif OBE

Amar Latif OBE

Amar likes a challenge. A successful entrepreneur, he gave up his hard-won role as Head of Commercial Finance at BT to start his own travel company. He’s travelled the world, skydived, ski-ed, climbed, even done a spot of acting, and is also a TV presenter. A remarkable enough set of achievements, made more impressive because Amar has been blind since he was 18-years-old. As both adventurer and entrepreneur, Amar considers how we view risk and trust – often overstating risk and giving into fear, and undervaluing trust. He recounts his entrepreneurial journey and how that too has influenced his view of risk, as he rejected the stability of a career to pursue something he understood, cared about, and which he was certain solved a problem for many like him.
Gareth March

Gareth March

Gareth has taught physics at Southend High School for Boys (SHSB) since 2009. During this time he has been Leader of Physics and held a number of pastoral leadership roles – he is currently the school’s Director of Inclusion and Support. Gareth has also worked with local special schools to develop programmes which blend specialist and mainstream provision. This passion for inclusion has led to SHSB developing an Autism Resource base, the first of its kind in Southend. Gareth is committed to ‘supporting at school, building skills for life’ and exploring the many avenues by which this principle can be applied.
Gary Aubin

Gary Aubin

Gary is the author of The Lone SENDCO, a handbook of 300 questions and answers for busy SENDCOs. He works as the Education Endowment Foundation's Associate for SEND, having been their SEND Content Specialist. In this role, he has spoken to hundreds of school leaders about the evidence base behind high-quality teaching for SEND. Gary led on SEND provision for a Multi Academy Trust of 10 primary and secondary schools for several years, and has recently joined Whole Education, in which he is working to support MAT SEND Leads and SENDCOs working across the country. He writes postgraduate SEND content for the National Institute of Teaching and Real Training. He is a secondary teacher, former primary and secondary SENDCO and former secondary Head of Year. Gary also authors the SENDMattersUK blog.
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Event Exhibitors

Achieving for Children
Community Playthings
Dove Self-Esteem Project
International Dyslexia Learning Solutions (IDLS Group)
Playtime by Fawns
Speech and Language Link
Still Human
Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation
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