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Taking place on October 6 and 7, the 25th annual Tes SEN Show offers a range of CPD seminars, practical workshops, and debates. Show organiser Beverley Walters previews this year’s event

This year sees the 25th anniversary of the Tes SEN Show. Taking place at the Business Design Centre in London, the event features more than 40 CPD seminars, a number of free practical workshops led by exhibitors, and a keynote panel debate focusing on current SEN issues, including the implications and impact of the Rochford Review.

The opening keynote at the show will feature a panel debate focusing on the landmark Rochford Review and its impact on educational settings, among other SEN issues.

The 2016 Rochford Review was a review of statutory assessment arrangements for pupils working below the standard of national curriculum tests at key stages 1 and 2. After this review, in March 2017, the Department for Education (DfE) launched a public consultation on the future of primary assessment in England. The debate will feature representatives from the DfE, National Association of Head Teachers, charity Made by Dyslexia, Ofsted and the deputy chair of the Rochford Review Janet Thompson (Auditorium, 9:45am to 10:45am, Friday, October 6).

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