Free SEND leadership webinars

Now, more than ever we want to support you and your staff to do the best job possible.

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Edukey free SEND webinars

In response to the current school closures Edukey, part of the Tes family, are hosting a series of free webinars for Sendcos. The webinar series will look at how to overcome the implications of school closures on SEND and will provide SEND CPD top tips.  

Starting at 10am, Tuesday 21 April 2020 the first webinar covers: the role of SEND leaders in the current climate. 

This session will be introduced by Jo Johnson alongside regular guest speakers Natalie Packer, David Bartram and Abigail Hawkins, who’ll discuss legal best practice and how to ensure you continue to focus on the future as well as the now.

Future sessions: 

Webinar 1: The role of SEND leaders in the current climate will be repeated on 23 April, without Jo Johnson.

Webinar 2: Supporting pupils and families, with an introduction by Carol Vordeman, 28 and 30 April.

Webinar 3: Making the most of SEND CPD, 5 and 7 May.

Webinar 4: Self-evaluation and strategic planning, 12 and 14 May

Here’s are our top reasons to attend:

  • Receive guidance on the current legal guidance and best practice regarding SEND during the closure period.
  • Discover new ways of working that will save time and improve pupil outcomes.
  • Get practical tips, guidance and come away with ideas and tips that you can put into practice.
  • Benefit from CPD. These webinars are an excellent opportunity to hear from some of the best names in the field of SEND.


Register today


About Edukey:

Edukey’s Provision Map, used by Sendcos and pupil premium co-ordinators, has continued to be invaluable for many schools during school closures. From staff accessing information about their students online and sharing information with parents to recording new provisions and the extra costs associated with providing for their most vulnerable pupils.  

Alongside Provision Map, Edukey has another award-winning product, Class Charts. It allows schools to set homework tasks, check on the wellbeing of their pupils and maintain communication with everyone without the need for staff to make telephone calls.

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