The NASS Annual Conference will be held at The Grand Hotel in Brighton on Thursday 12th and Friday 13th October 2017. Our two day annual conference attracts over 150 delegates from special schools across England and Wales. These will include:
- Principals, Vice Principals, Headteachers, Chief Executives
- Heads of Education, Heads of HR, Directors of Care, Finance Directors, Heads of Therapy
- Teachers, Speech and Language Therapists, SENCO’s
- Chair of Governor’s, Trustee’s
Alongside our exciting programme of presentations and workshops for delegates, we offer ample exposure and networking opportunities for our exhibitors and sponsors to interact with our delegates over the two days. Further information and details of how to book are available here
Lappset UK Ltd
Play areas are designed to enable children to explore at their own pace while also engaging in more comforting repetitive activities. Whether pupils have a learning difficulty, physical disability, a language disorder or an autistic spectrum disorder, Lappset works with the school to ensure each individual playground is accessible to all. Lappset’s equipment can be designed to suit any site, whatever its size or situation, and tailored to the needs of users. We also handle everything from initial project design and manufacture through to installation. Contact: Tel: 07725 956026 Web: www.lappset.co.uk Email: Chris Jones, Managing Director of Lappset UK on email@example.com
Mike Ayres Design
- Providing for people’s special and additional needs.
- A complete service for soft play, sensory equipment and environments.
- Design, manufacture, installation, service and training.
- Adept at developing concepts and products to an exacting standard, it has become synonymous with excellence and an attention to detail that remains unrivalled in the Multi-Sensory market.
SGA Systems Ltd
OFSTED places increased emphasis on self-evaluation and requires schools to demonstrate good progress for their SEN pupils. To judge that a pupil’s progress is good, schools need something to compare their progress against – CASPA’s comparative data provides a powerful set of benchmarks to support this requirement based on pupil age, prior attainment and category of need, with an option to ignore category of need.
CASPA has been in use for many years and has been adopted in over 80% of local authorities in England as well as a rapidly growing number of independent and non-maintained schools. CASPA’s wide range of analysis meets the needs of schools requiring analysis for individual pupils, the whole-school and cohorts within the school.
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