Events and conferences

Hamish & Milo’s SEMH intervention programmes and emotional literacy resources will be showcased at the following events.

SEBDA International Conference Hamish & Milo

SEBDA International Conference – on 7th, 8th and 9th September 2023 – The Alan Walters Building at the University of Birmingham, UK – Global Solutions to Working with Vulnerable Children and​ Young People

  • Sharing insights into the inclusion of socially and emotionally vulnerable children and young people.
  • Celebrating their resilience in surviving trauma, loss and displacement.

An international conference to be presented by SEBDA and the University of Birmingham supported by UNICEF, the European Network for Social and Emotional Competence (ENSEC).

  • Saturday 9th 11.05- 12.25 – Professor Richard Joiner, University of Bath: Emerging solutions to a wellbeing crisis within the education system: An exploratory evaluation of a wellbeing and nurture programme in primary schools for supporting children in the immediate Covid-19 post-pandemic era.
  • Saturday 9th 14.40 – 16.00 – Clare Williams & Siobhan Garrett: Hearing the child’s voice at the heart of SEMH interventions to facilitate inclusion and to provide a platform that promotes the development of social and emotional skills for life and learning.

Join us at The Education Showroom showcase event ‘Solutions to Develop & Foster a Positive Whole School Mental Health & Wellbeing Culture for KS1 & KS2 on 11th Sept at 4.15pm. This is a free free online CPD event.

The discussion will include how to create a culture built on the principles of wellbeing and relationships and use our SEMH intervention programme to support children to manage in a learning context when they’re struggling with their emotions and mental health. 

Tes SEND Show 2023

Visit the Tes SEND Show on 13th and 14th October 2023 at Business Design Centre, London and discover the tools, resources, and support to empower young learners with SEND.

The Tes SEND Show is for everyone involved in education, particularly special educational needs. Their goal is to empower visitors with the knowledge, support, and resources to help all young people with SEND reach their full potential. See us on stand 253!

13th October – Workshop – Exhibitor Workshop Theatre 14:45 – 15:30
Making a difference for children with SEMH needs: How to create a culture of wellbeing and provide targeted intervention

University of Bath Research Project is seeing a ‘statistically significant improvement in social and emotional skills’ for children who undertake the Hamish & Milo Wellbeing Programmes.

This workshop looks at the theory, resources and impact of Hamish & Milo Intervention within a whole school culture of wellbeing and how to make a difference for children to ensure they feel safe, listened to and valued, to build self-esteem, empathy and emotional regulation.

Schools & Academies Show 2023

The Schools & Academies Show supported by Department for Education provides the education community with an event of networking, learning, and procuring from the most influential figures across the sector.

Taking place at the NEC, Birmingham 22nd November 2023, we are proudly attending and showcasing our emotional literacy resources. As always, the event will bring together the biggest names in UK education to share their insights, advice, and solutions. Registration is free.

Alban Teaching School Hub Conference – IncludEd takes place on January 18th 2024 at the University of Hertfordshire.

This event has the highly acclaimed SEND expert David Bartram OBE as the opening keynote plus a range of expert-led workshops from Whole School SEND, Herts for Learning and the Eastern Partnership in addition to many other curriculum hubs and educational settings. The conference aims to address the increasing demands on teachers and TAs on the increased complexity of need of learners and the focus this year is inclusive teaching.

Alban Teaching School is one of 87 nationally designated teaching school hubs and is part of the national network of hubs responsible for the world class delivery of teacher development in England.

The Cheshire East SEND Conference takes place on 22nd January 2024 at Cranage Hall, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire.

Organisers are promising a packed and informative programme including expert speakers and workshops providing a professional development opportunity for those working in SEND in the borough. The conference will also feature an opportunity to meet with staff from a number of companies and organisations operating in the SEND space.

SENsible24 – the SensibleSENCO Conference takes place on 9th February 2024 at the Crowne Plaza, Nottingham.

This event is tailor-made for SENCOs and SEN professionals, and is set to be a day brimming with invaluable insights and practical advice delivered by expert speakers. Discover innovative strategies to excel in your role, nurture inclusion, and drive positive change.

Connect, collaborate, and expand your professional network, explore cutting-edge solutions and resources and enjoy complimentary hot drinks and savor a delicious lunch!

Only 150 tickets are available.

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