nasen Live! 2018

nasen Live! 2018

Friday 06 July, 09:30 - 17:00

Join us on stand 10 at nasen live and talk to our experts about:

  • Our ongoing partnership with nasen - working together to support schools across the UK
  • The award winning SEN Assessment Toolkit - developed to ensure schools have the basic SEN assessment tools they may need



Find out more and buy your tickets on nasen’s website.

Customer Forum

We have pleasure in inviting 20 SENCos to a Maths research exercise conducted by GL Assessment. It will take place during lunch in two 30 minute slots, which you’ll be able to munch on a tasty lunch provided.

All you have to do is answer a few questions around how your school identifies pupils struggling in Maths, and what happens after they are identified.

Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please sign up by completing this form


We look forward to seeing you at nasen live!

Using formative assessment to identify and support pupils with barriers to learning

Join Mark Loveday in a session for SENCOs looking for standardised assessments to support them in with identifying barriers to learning and planning, and implementing classroom interventions.

Date: Friday 6 July
Time: 15.20 – 15.35

About the speaker

Assistant Headteacher and Head of School Support and Outreach Services at Chadsgrove Teaching School Alliance.

Mark leads a multi-disciplinary team providing specialist teaching and health services across Worcestershire. He is a Specialist Leader of Education (SEND) and draws upon many years of experience of working as a teacher, SENCo, leader and specialist teacher working with a range of children and young adults with a variety of additional needs. He has worked across all Key Stages from Early Years through to Post 16 in a variety of settings including mainstream, specialist provision and hospital settings.

What you'll learn...

  • Access to the seminars of your choice
  • Network and explore the latest developments in the SEND and education sector
  • Update knowledge and learn from evidence-based practice