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Humber SEND Conference

Join us and our guest speakers for a full day of practical tips and take-aways for supporting SEND in your school!

Wednesday 13th November 2024

Full day, in person conference

£150 per person

£130 for SLA schools*

Aura Innovation, Bridgehead Business Park, Meadow Road, Hessle HU13 0GD.

SEND Leaders!

We can't wait to welcome you to our first SEND conference! Join us for five interactive and varied sessions designed to inspire and support SEND leaders from all settings. See below for session details and meet the speakers.

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*Discounted tickets are for our current SLA schools only. To qualify for the discount your school must hold an SLA with us for the 2024/25  academic year.

Meet the Speakers

Passion. Expertise. Dedication.

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Join us Wednesday 13th November 2024

Session Guide

1. SEND First Classrooms

SEND needs are increasing in number and complexity. With reduced time, money and staffing, how do we meet the needs of our children and young people?



Katherine Johnson, Headteacher at Northcott School in Hull brings her understanding of SEND in the local area along with her experiences as an ASD outreach service to offer practical tips for making classrooms more inclusive. 

4. Traffic Light Teachers: 
Finding ways to help support teachers when working with children with additional needs.

Not all teachers have the natural capacity to work with children with additional needs and some need support.

The Traffic Light system helps us to understand where these needs arise and identify the support which is required. This session will help you identify those teachers who need support and practical ways to support them in your setting

2. Empowering young people to discover their strengths

This interactive session explores how to use a strength-based approach to engage and empower. Impactful stories from real young people will demonstrate the positive impact of using this approach.


You’ll hear the story behind award winning What’s your strength?®  cards and discover how they empower young people to develop self-awareness and discover the brilliance within themselves. You’ll even get the chance to discover some of your own strengths along the way! 

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More info coming soon! 

3. Half a million minutes: 
Promoting inclusion and well-being at the whole class level by Working On What Works (WOWW).


In this session you will learn about an inclusive whole class behaviour intervention, rooted in solution focused psychology


WOWW focuses on working collaboratively with teaching staff, building relationships in the classroom, and promoting positive learning behaviours, helping to transform classroom culture. 

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