Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH)

Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH)


SEMH Team

 

We are part of a service for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) across the Bradford district.

As a team of Specialist Teachers and Practitioners we work within the Social, Communication, Interaction, & Learning Team (SCIL Team) alongside the other specialist areas of Communication and Interaction (including Autism), Cognition &   Learning and Early Years.  For full details of our offer, please visit  About SCIL Team 

Our offer focuses on equipping mainstream schools/settings to identify and effectively support children and young people with Special Education Needs and Disabilities through high quality teaching, reasonable adjustments and additional provision. The offer includes SEND Specialist SupportSupport for Individual Children and Training.    

Below is a collection of documents which have been carefully designed to help & support staff addressing SEMH needs in schools and settings.

Mental Health : https://www.mindinbradford.org.uk/ - links to Brathay Trust for counselling.

https://www.bdct.nhs.uk/services/mental-health-support-team/

YoungMinds | Mental Health Charity For Children And Young People | YoungMinds

Children’s community support team: https://www.skills4bradford.co.uk/Page/33292

Bereavement: https://www.winstonswish.org/

Nurture UK: https://www.nurtureuk.org

Our Training:

 We offer the following training which can be booked on the Skills4bradford web page.  (Please note we also provide bespoke training and consultancy work on request).

  • The Nurturing Classroom
  • Positive Approaches to SEMH
  • Risk and Resilience
  • SEMH and Neurodiversity
  • Trauma and Attachment

 Nurture Network. (run by David Chadwick)

Training & Events | Skills 4 Bradford

 

Useful documentation:

Sensory profile: primary

Sensory profile: secondary

Plan for STARR

An ABCD sheet

Staged De-escalation support.

An example of a de-escalation support form.

 

Help sheets

Help sheet: de-escalation

 

 

 

 


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