London, United Kingdom, January 06, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Major reforms in the education of children with special needs have been proposed by the SEN and Disability Green Paper. Including a new system supporting better life outcomes for young people, giving parents more confidence and choice and transferring power to front line professionals and local communities, these changes are the biggest for 30 years. Capita’s National Special Educational Needs Conference is perfectly timed to coincide with Government response to this paper as well as the introduction of Ofsted’s New Inspection Framework.
Attend this event to hear about the latest policy developments and their implications for provision going forward as well as hearing from new pathfinder projects. You will have the opportunity to attend talks on the development of a single assessment programme, new opportunities to give parents control over help and funding for their child, provision for the needs and aspirations of children, young people and their families among many other topics from our esteemed speakers.
Capita’s National Special Educational Needs Conference provides the chance to discover how Ofsted’s New Inspection Framework will impact SEN provision in schools, how the AFA Programme is supporting SEN pupils to achieve outstanding academic results and consider how SEN provision will work in academies and free schools. You will also be able to take away best practice guidance on reducing the risk of exclusion for students with SEN.
For more information contact:Catherine Kennedy – 020 7202 0557 / Catherine.email@example.com