26 May 2016 GMT

Head teachers, SEN Co-ordinators and Intervention Managers from Leeds schools who have already signed up for SENCO networks and conferences are being invited to attend this popular Conference.

The opening keynote session, to be delivered by Tricia Murphy, will focus on ensuring quality and meaningful assessment of pupils with SEN; evidencing progress, personalisation and success. Tricia has been involved with teaching children with SEN for many years, has published books on SEND and is a national and international speaker.

A range of workshops will also be available focusing on SEN practice and systems.

Promethean is the place to head if you want to learn more about the latest Promethean solutions and how reimagining the learning workspace can help improve student motivation, create a learning continuum between school/home and ultimately raise standards and attainment.

To register or to find out more information about the event, please click here.

When: 26 May

Where: The Headingly Experience, St Michael's Ln, Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS6 3BR

Who: Our team on the day will be happy to discuss our products and the needs of your school.

What: Putting the latest Promethean solutions through their paces in live lesson demonstrations and one-to-one opportunities.


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Don’t have time to view a demo at the event? Or would you like to share your experience with other staff members at your school? We will bring the demonstration to you! Request a FREE demo today and a member of the team will contact you to book a time to suit you. 


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Free Teaching Resource – ClassFlow

A cloud-based software solution, ClassFlow helps teachers to improve student engagement, assess comprehension and support personalised learning. Device agnostic, ClassFlow can be used to connect classrooms by creating collaborative lessons which encourage the sharing of ideas across front-of-class interactive displays, laptops and handheld devices such as smartphones and tablets. 

Through ClassFlow, teachers can prepare, deliver and evaluate – providing access to a powerful software solution which helps to save time and improve learning productivity.

A dedicated ClassFlow online community offers a space to share resources and connect with fellow educators. UK teachers and education professionals can register for a free ClassFlow account by visiting www.ClassFlow.co.uk

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