These sessions offer an opportunity to reflect on the needs of children and young people who face barriers to learning due to their need for social and emotional support. They will be of interest to all adults working with children and young people in schools, who want to refresh their understanding and pick up some new tips and strategies.
The practical workshop-style sessions will provide an introduction to recent theory and research in each area, together with ideas for practical strategies tried and tested in the classroom.
Bookings for twilights and other training from April 2016 is now open. For more information contact Teresa Regan: firstname.lastname@example.org
CT12 An introduction to Attachment and implications for classroom practice
Available to book as a 'bespoke' twilight for delivery to your school staff.
During this session you will:
- be introduced to the development of the brain and the theory of attachment
- consider the concept and impact of 'developmental trauma' on children and how this may have an impact within the classroom and school context
- begin to explore different approaches when responding to children and young people who may have experienced 'developmental trauma'
This practical introductory session is suitable for all teachers and teaching assistants.
Facilitated by: Tim Watson, Partner Educational Psychologist
CT14 Understanding and preventing bullying in schools to support positive social and emotional well-being
CT16 Creating Nurturing Classrooms
CT13 Kids Skills and Mission Possible
CT15 Loss and Bereavement