Training

Training

Training opportunities for designated teachers and school staff supporting children in care and previously looked after children

Please find details of a training opportunity funded by Bradford Virtual School for Children Looked After and Previously Looked After:

 

Inclusive approaches for whole school and the secondary classroom

Dates: 16th March 2023

Time: 9.30 pm until 3.30 pm

Venue: TBC

 

This course is described by attendees as 'inspirational' and 'impactful'. It gives the theory behind SEMH presentation and how it affects self and other. Meaningful and easy to implement strategies are given that attendees can use straight away. The training ensures that the adults and the young people are considered in all approaches.

Anna creates a safe space for you to explore your approaches and outcomes as well as focusing upon the impact of ACEs and attachment in the classroom. Anna's overarching philosophy is to create whole school inclusion where practitioners and children feel safe to experience teaching and learning and be the best that they can be. Anna aims to inspire you to #Bethechange.

 

Covered in the training:

- what underpins presenting needs (including identified SEND) within a classroom

- what overarching whole school approaches and understanding is needed to create inclusion

- understanding of ACEs, attachment and trauma informed approaches for the classroom

- strategies for de-escalation and re-engagement

- visual structures, curriculum, strategy and language scripts

- policy and procedures

- signposting to resources, audits and structures

- SEMH regulation and bespoke approaches

The training is being presented by Anna Robinson

 

Inclusive approaches for whole school and the primary classroom

 

Dates: 15th March 2023

Time: 9.30 pm until 3.30 pm

Venue: TBC

 

This course is described by attendees as 'inspirational' and 'impactful'. It gives the theory behind SEMH presentation and how it affects self and other. Meaningful and easy to implement strategies are given that attendees can use straight away. The training ensures that the adults and the young people are considered in all approaches.

Anna creates a safe space for you to explore your approaches and outcomes as well as focusing upon the impact of ACEs and attachment in the classroom. Anna's overarching philosophy is to create whole school inclusion where practitioners and children feel safe to experience teaching and learning and be the best that they can be. Anna aims to inspire you to #Bethechange.

 

Covered in the training:

- what underpins presenting needs (including identified SEND) within a classroom

- what overarching whole school approaches and understanding is needed to create inclusion

- understanding of ACEs, attachment and trauma informed approaches for the classroom

- strategies for de-escalation and re-engagement

- visual structures, curriculum, strategy and language scripts

- policy and procedures

- signposting to resources, audits and structures

- SEMH regulation and bespoke approaches

The training is being presented by Anna Robinson

 

If you would like to book on this course please contact Yvett Green:

Yvett.green@bradford.gov.uk

Please note that non – attendance will be chargeable

If you would like to book on this course please contact Yvett Green: Yvett.green@bradford.gov.uk

 

 

Please find details below of training funded by Bradford Virtual School for Children Looked After and Previously Looked After. We are offering this training each term on the following dates and times:

Emotion Coaching for Children and Young People with Social,

Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties

Dates:

10th January 2023

1st March 2023

24th May 2023

Time: 9.30 am until 12.30 pm

Venue: TBC

 

Emotion Coaching is based on the principle that nurturing and emotionally supportive relationships provide optimal contexts for the promotion of children’s outcomes and resilience.

Emotion Coaching uses moments of heightened emotion and resulting behaviour to guide and teach children and young people about more effective responses.

 

The aims of this training are to:

•       Raise awareness of the physiological basis of EC

•       Raise awareness of the theoretical basis for EC

•       Develop understanding of different emotional styles relevant to EC

•       Understand and have experience of the techniques involved in EC

•       Reflect on own practice with respect to EC

 

Within the 3 hour training session we aim to explore the principles of Emotion Coaching; develop practical skills and knowledge; and consider how this can be applied in relation to supporting the social /emotional learning needs of vulnerable children and young people.

 

The training is being presented by Dr Elisabeth Sheppard

Educational Psychologist

 

If you would like to book a place on this course please contact Yvett Green and specify which date you would like to attend:

Yvett.green@bradford.gov.uk

Places are limited on a first come first serve basis.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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