Regional Curriculum Conferences

Equals provides Regional Curriculum Conferences every year.

Events have recently been held from:

  • Brackenfield School in Nottingham,
  • Hadrian School in Newcastle,
  • Melland High School in Manchester.
  • NCVO in central London,
  • Oakwood School in Belfast,
  • Wilson Stuart School in Birmingham.

Each Conference included the following:

  • Presentations from Schools that are currently using the Equals Curriculum Schemes of Work
  • Opportunities to discuss Best Practice and share developments
  • Questions and Answers Sessions

Equals will be organising further regional conferences during 2024-26; this time focusing on Play, Communication and Independence. Each event will be held in Birmingham, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne and Nottingham.

If you would like to learn more or to register your interest please email the
Equals Strategic Development Manager –

There is a small charge of only £89 towards lunch and refreshments to help cover expenses from host schools are met such as lunch and refreshments.

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