13th Annual Residential Conference Downloads 2010

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The 2010 conference, sponsored by Iansyst, was a great success again. Please click on the links below to download presentations from the keynote speakers and workshop presenters.


 "The people and the opportunities provided for inspiration, reflection and reaffirmation"

"Friendly, intimate nature of the conference - it was lovely to meet Fil and Dominique and for it not to feel like a big corporate event"

"Once again, the conference was exceptional value for money. It was a great opportunity for networking and catching up with colleagues. I particularly appreciate the fact Learning Works focuses on the independent sector, so the speakers and workshops are directly relevant to our work. I can't wait for the next one. Thank you!"

Day One:

Keynote: SEN - a new paradigm – Sally Goddard Blythe, The Institute for Neuro- Physiological Psychology

"Very Informative, inspiring speaker - very easy to listen to. I even bought her book!"
"Completely Inspiring"
"Another fascinating insight into the difficulties children face. Thanks"


1. Observing and Identify physical readiness for learning - Sally Goddard Blythe
2. Inclusion - what's happening in state schools?  - Chris Tomlinson, Principal Chafford Hundred Campus
3. Improving writing - Gill Mathews, Independent Consultant, and Author

SENCo Writing Corner:

4. SENCoing for a beginner - Rachel Copeland, Sevenoaks Prep
5. Unpacking maths - Gillian Cawse, Specialist tutor for maths difficulties, Winchester College

Day Two:

Keynote: “Asperger's from a person not just a textbook”- Robyn Steward, Asperger's trainer and broadcaster

"Fantastic, what an amazing lady. Very refreshing and full of energy, I could have listened all over again. Some good insights as to how Asperger's impacts on life"
"Very memorable talk. Excellent way to remember characteristics of Asperger's syndrome"
"Outstanding! Hilarious and totally awe inspiring"


1. The Triad - Robyn Steward
2. A.R.R.O.W. Literacy and communications skills improvement - Dr Colin Lane, A.R.R.O.W. Tuition
3. Seeing and doing mathematics - Dr. Tandi Clausen-May, Independent consultant
5. Drawing and talking therapy - Maria and Cath Beagley, Drawing and Talking (Article by Maria & Cath from Special Magazine)

Event Exhibitors:

Iansyst - Event Sponsors

Sage Publications

Smart Kids


Cambridge House


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