We are pleased to announce our second national conference and professional development event. It will take place 8am – 12 midday on Thursday 19th March. 

Join us at The Giving Tree School, PYC Campus, 791 Preah Monivong, with welcome drinks and registration from 7.30.

The morning will consist of 5 local speakers, presenting a range of topics, from Cambodian Attitudes to Maternal Health, to Providing Reading Support to Older Students. There will also be space to share your challenges (big or small), to get support and advice from both our expert presenters and fellow attendees.

For regular updates and the complete schedule, follow the Facebook event. Spaces are limited. Reserve your place by emailing seniacambodia@gmail.com

Happy Kids Clinic provided two sessions of communication training for all the teachers at KCPS. Sim and Rubeena created a bespoke program to teach KCPS staff how children learn to communicate, and how to support someone with communication difficulties in the classroom. Congratulations to both organisations for sharing skills and creating a successful collaboration.

Have you been involved in skill sharing or professional development? SENIAC wants to know! Tell us about it at facebook.com/senia.cambodia/


It has been a busy week for parents and professionals learning better ways to help kids with SEN. Whether you attended these training events or not, get in touch with the providers. They are always interested in hearing your feedback and how they can better facilitate support for people with SEN in Cambodia.

Introducing Behaviour Therapy (ABA), for special needs, autism and time tested parenting tips by Mrs Radhika Poovayya. Provided by Smilestones, hosted by The Giving Tree  (28th November)

Child Development Stimulation. Provided by Bright Minds (30th November)

Do you know of any training or development opportunities happening in Cambodia? Share with SENIAC to reach our growing network.

Great news for pupils at Northbridge International School, Phnom Penh.

On Friday November 8, 2019 the Secondary Staff at Northbridge International School Cambodia partook in a Personal Development (PD) training focussed on inclusive practices and learning about teaching strategies to integrate a sustainable differentiation teaching model within the everyday classrooms.

Click here to read all about it.

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SENIA Cambodia

Check out the biographies of the Cambodia chapter members