NASS Annual Conference Exhibitors

The 2018 NASS Annual Residential Conference will be taking place on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th October at the Belton Woods Hotel, Belton, Grantham, NG32 2LN.

The National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS) works in partnership with key national and regional organisations and acts as a voice for special schools, raising concerns on issues affecting young people with special educational needs and their families.

NASS takes a lead role in lobbying to influence government policy and bring about lasting change.  It initiates and develops guidelines and procedures to further promote the standards of service, administration and management within its member schools and organisations.

Our two day annual conference attracts over 170 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.

For further information on exhibitor and sponsorship packages that are available to book for the event, please download our Booking form below.

NASS Conference 2018 Exhibitor & Sponsorship booking Form

Exhibitor spaces do sell out quickly and early booking is advised.


Exhibiting at the conference

Cambridge House


Cambridge House

Cambridge House has been in business for close to 25 years and is the first point of contact for many SEN specialists looking for high quality practical resources across the broad spectrum of Special Needs.We are excited to be at the NASS Conference for the first time and we will be exhibiting and selling a selection of practical resources to support your work in literacy, numeracy, language, memory skills, study skills and emotional health. Resources are selected based on first-hand experience and while we aim to be your one-stop shop we are also protective of our reputation for supplying resources that work.

We will have our new 2019 catalogue available and many new resources on show. Please come and visit us. Cash and credit cards accepted. We can also invoice your school if required.


Hettle Andrews & Associates Ltd


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Innovation Broking


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Innovation Broking is an independent insurance broker backed by Albion Capital and committed to supporting charities. Innovation understand the Third Sector is a very challenging landscape, for example how do you balance the need to deliver more for less whilst ensuring you have effectively protected your organisation against emerging risks?

At Innovation the Charity and Care team is headed up by Jonathan Taylor and the team have a wealth of experience in the charity sector including special school charities. Jonathan has worked in the Charity and Care sector for the last 7 years offering risk management and risk transfer to a range of diverse Third Sector risks. Jonathan has experience in managing complex and specific risks including many of the top 200 charities in the UK and a number of special schools.

Charities and Care organisations typically have complex insurance requirements placed with limited specialist markets, Innovation have excellent relationships in these markets. Should you have any specific risk and/or insurance questions please do not hesitate to contact.


Redlynch Leisure Installations Ltd


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RSE Insight Ltd


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CASPA provides schools with a rich set of reports and graphs enabling schools to analyse their pupils’ P Scale and NC level attainment and progress using pupil and assessment data already available in school. 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 options to ignore category of need. CASPA’s wide range of analysis meets the needs of schools requiring analysis for individual pupils, the whole-school and cohorts within the school. RSE Insight provides customer-facing services for CASPA and works with schools on progress reporting, including:

  • Focussing reporting to support self evaluation, Ofsted and Governor activities. We help you to identify what is needed to provide an accurate, focussed perspective relevant to your school.
  • Understanding consequences of changing assessment frameworks on in-school reporting, and planning for these changes. Many schools develop new assessment frameworks with 100% focus on the classroom impact without ensuring that reporting is an integral part of the design. We help you to clarify your requirements at the start and support your activities to identify or commission a solution.




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Schoolzine understands the difficulties faced when communicating to parents of children with special educational needs. We understand how your parents are so much more distant than those from mainstream schools for many reasons.

With multiple systems in place from websites to social media, letters to events, knowing how to efficiently and effectively communicate can be a challenge. Our platform enables you to engage with parents whilst also driving cost savings.

Sharing stories, student created articles, photos and video content is easy through our four main multi device friendly services: School Tailored App, eNewsletter, Dynamic News Feed & Websites. With heaps of additional functions including surveys, polls, dynamic calendar, online forms & digital signatures, parents’ evening bookings system and even language translation, your parents can feel reassured they know what is going on with their child no matter what. Built for Schools by Schools.