4 Exciting Changes to The National Education Show 2019!

4 Exciting Changes to The National Education Show 2019!

  1. We’ve re-vamped our style
    We’ve taken all the best parts of our original brand and revamped so we’re slicker, more colourful and easier on the eye. Our new branding is rolling out gradually onto all of our brochures, social media pages and all of our communications. We love it, and hope that you do too!
  2. Incorporating the SEN Show for 2019!
    The NES Team aim to make our event as beneficial, inclusive and accessible for as many types of teaching and non-teaching staff that we possibly can – which is why this year we will be incorporating the brand new National SEN Show at the event in October.
    Alongside our mainstream school seminars, we have also introduced a selection of seminars designed for SEN/ALN settings, or the SEN coordinators within your organisation. Parents or carers of children with SEN or ALN are welcome to join in on the day too, with a fantastic selection of exhibitors also offering solutions, products and supplies for the SEN/ALN sector.
  3.  Welcome to our new director.
    At the NES office, we would like to welcome our new director to the team, Einir A Williams!
    Einir has over 14 years’ experience in teaching within a Primary School setting, having taken many teaching and acting headteacher roles in North Wales. She has now joined us in Cardiff and has been working closely with the show for the past three years, and we can’t wait to build the show further with her knowledge and experience. Einir is also a first-language Welsh speaker, and heads up all of our Welsh language communication within the office, which has inspired us to expand to a 2nd venue in Conwy for 2021! Which brings us to our next point…
  4. We’re taking The National Education Show to North Wales!
    In June 2021, The National Education Show will be breaking new ground and travelling up to North Wales for a brand new and exciting event in Conwy. Following on from our success in Cardiff, we wanted to extend the fantastic opportunity for education professionals in other parts of Wales. The team are also passionate about promoting and maintaining the Welsh language and – thanks to the driving force of Einir A Williams – we feel this is a fantastic time to take this big step into pastures new.Further details of our event in Conwy will be available very soon, but if you would like to know more about any of these important changes, please get in touch with us today!