• Shepperton Studios
  • September 26, 2019
  • Thursday, 8.15 AM to 4.00 PM
  • NeuroDiversity Networks

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ADHD in Education: Struggles, Strenghts and Strategies

Studios Rd, Shepperton TW17 0QD

Thursday, 8.15 AM to 4.00 PM
September 26, 2019


NeuroDiversity Networks

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ADHD in Education: Struggles, Strenghts and Strategies

Studios Rd, Shepperton TW17 0QD

Thursday, 8.15 AM to 4.00 PM
September 26, 2019


ADHD in Education: Struggles, Strenghts and Strategies

Conference at a glance:

  • A full day of training from leading Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD expert professionals
  • ​Become a Champion ADHD School delivering outstanding support to pupils with ADHD
  • ​Update your school’s Provision Map for SEN support to include ADHD
  • Improve your understanding of why pupils may be struggling in class and what you can do to help them learn
  • ​Learn exactly what ADHD is with up to date research findings
  • ​Find out about SEN Law and ensure your compliance
  • ​Discover practical strategies, techniques and resources to enable pupils with ADHD to thrive
  • ​Learn behaviour management and de-escalation techniques
  • ​Promote good emotional health and positive well-being in your pupils with ADHD
  • Opportunity to network with fellow professionals and share thoughts and experiences
  • ​Dedicated Facebook group for participants to share good practice


  • Jannine Harris – MA PCGE is honest and open about her life with ADHD and is passionate about ‘Promoting Positive Outcomes‘.
  • Soli Lazarus – Soli founded Yellow Sun to support families with children who have ADHD through coaching and mentoring. She delivers ADHD training to primary schools and is a public speaker.
  • Amanda Lecomber – Amanda has over 17 years experience as a qualified teacher. She was a class teacher at a large primary school in South London, before becoming the Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator.
  • Ryan Swain – Ryan Swain is a television, radio, live events presenter, DJ and comedian.
    He was runner-up for the Yorkshire Media Personality of the Year Award in The Yorkshire Choice Awards and was also nominated for Kate Granger Outstanding Achievement Award.
  • Fintan O`Regan – Fin is one of the leading behaviour and learning specialists in the UK. He is currently an SEN and Behaviour Consultant for the Schools Network and an associate lecturer for Leicester University, the National Association of Special Needs, Tribal Education and the Institute of Education.
  • Colin Foley – Colin is the National Training Director at ADHD Foundation.
  • Stephanie Cammileri – Stephanie is a lawyer with 15+ yrs experience now specialising in SEND and Education Law.
  • Dr Bozhena Zoritch – A consultant Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician specialising in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and its many associated conditions.

Conference Agenda:

  • 8.15 – Registration
  • 8.45 – Welcome ( Ryan Swain)
  • 9.00 – ADHD: What It Is & What It Isn’t (Jannine Harris)
  • 9.45 – Emotional Well-Being & Mental Health (Amanda Lecomber)
  • 10.30 – The School’s Role In Identification & Referral (Dr Bozhena Zoritch)
  • 11.15 – Break
  • 11.30 – Supporting Pupils With ADHD In Primary School (Soli Lazarus)
  • 12.15 – Supporting Pupils With ADHD In Secondary School (Colin Foley)
  • 1.00 – Lunch
  • 1.45 – ADHD Behaviour & Exclusions (Fintan O’Regan)
  • 2.30 – ADHD And The Law – Differentiation and Accommodations (Stephanie Camilleri)
  • 3.15 – Plenary
  • 3.45 – Close
Fees and Booking

£97.00 – Early Bird tickets

For more information and to book, please visit our dedicated website.

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