Monday 30 December 2013

Brent SEN Conference for parents and carers - book now

Brent Council says that places are filling up fast for its special educational needs (SEN) conference at Brent Civic Centre on 29th January 2014.

This is a free event for parents and carers to find out more about new reforms that will change the way that the Council provide services for children with SEN.

It also includes:
  • a keynote address from Brian Lamb, a former government advisor and senior director at Scope and RNID (Action on Hearing Loss), now a consultant in SEN and disability issues
  • a panel discussion and question and answer session with Brent head teachers and representatives from education, health and social services
  • the opportunity to browse a variety of stalls and stands from local and national charities that support children with SEN
  • a free lunch with a vegetarian option.
The conference takes place from 9am to 2.30pm.

Places are available on a first come, first served basis and can be booked now by calling 020 8937 4901 or email

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