EQUALS is a not-for-profit registered charity, first formed in 1994, committed to supporting the work of teachers, TAs, schools and parents/carers of pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) severe learning difficulties (SLD) and moderate learning difficulties (MLD).

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Curriculum at the Heart of Learning

For Learners of all ages with PMLD, SLD and MLD.

5th July 2019 – NCVO, Central London

Cost: Only £149+VAT per delegate for members
and £249+VAT for non-members.

There will be a key note talk from Ofsted in the morning, followed by a choice of four workshops in the afternoon, which will cover:

    • Pre-formal PMLD Curriculum
    • Semi-formal SLD/MLD Curriculum
    • Informal Curriculum – P4-P5
    • Formal subject-specific Curriculum

To apply please click here

EQUALS conferences are extremly popular, so early booking is recommended for our summer 2019 Curriculum conference. EQUALS members save £100+VAT per delegate.

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Our conferences are extremely well attended and our last four events were 100% full. Our summer/autumn conferences for 2018 were oversubscribed so we are considering running this event related to ‘Assessment Ideas for Learners of all ages with PMLD, SLD and MLD’ a third time. If your school was not able to secure a place and you would be interested in attending this event if it was organised again please contact admin@equalsoffice.co.uk

Below are some quotes from delegates who attended our summer conference in central London.
“Shared ideas and gained insight into future developments in curriculum and assessment tools”

“Didn’t feel like ‘an expert’. Feel more like one now”

“Would have happily stayed later and attended another seminar”

“I would have liked to have had time to attend all of the workshops as they were all so relevant”

“Felt part of a group with the same frustrations and at last there is a light! All great, will return”

“An opportunity to talk directly to some authors of SEN materials and also to the schools using them”


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