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SEND Open Day - Start Working in Special Schools

08/08/16

If you are interested in exploring opportunities to work in work with a wide range of special and mainstream schools then our SEND Open Morning on Thursday 18th August at our Tottenham Court Road office is a great place to start.

The morning will provide you with information about working within SEND and ideal for those who have little or no experience supporting children with Special Needs or those who need a refresher and want to get back into SEND schools.

The morning includes:

  • Informative presentations on what working in SEND is all about
  • Presenters including current SEND teachers and experienced Protocol Education SEND consultants
  • Training activities to give you a taste of what working in SEND is like
  • Discussion and Q & A time to explore concerns and questions you may have

So come along on Thursday 18th August and open yourself up to opportunities of teaching and supporting pupils with special educational needs.

If you would like more information or to book a free place to attend please email cpd@protocol-education.com with your name and contact details.

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