The national association for special educational needs, nasen, is partnering with Bett 2017, which is returning to ExCeL London from 25-28 January. nasen is the UK’s leading professional association embracing all special and additional educational needs and disabilities, and you’ll find them at stand SN90 at Bett. Membership of nasen is an invaluable source of advice, offering an exclusive range of benefits to support the education network in the delivery of high quality inclusive practice. Benefits include innovative education resources, dynamic conferences and seminars with world-class speakers. Visitors to Bett 2017 will have the chance to take advantage of nasen’s special offer, exclusive to the show: a 20 per cent discount on nasen membership, free resources and essential information for school leaders.
Additionally, the SEN Learn Live theatre at Bett is always one of the most important features of the event, showcasing some of the latest research and cutting-edge techniques being used to improve the experience and learning outcomes of students with special educational needs (SEN). Attendees will come away with an in-depth understanding of how to achieve learning and teaching excellence for all students, and will gain practical tips which they can take away and implement in their own learning environments.
As well as the Learn Live theatre, the 2017 Bett Arena will host educators from across the globe, gathering on the show’s centre stage for a passionate, open, knowledgeable but entertaining look at how, together, we can create a better future through education and become the next educational game changers. The Bett Arena will once again offer visitors sessions that mix practical advice, insight, inspiration and tools. Speakers are set to include: celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal, renowned educationalist Sir Ken Robinson, actor and historian Sir Tony Robinson, explorer Ed Stafford, Professor Stephen Heppell, and senior fellow at the International Centre for Leadership in Education, Eric Sheninger.