Course - Creating an enabling curriculum for children with complex issues

The Creating an enabling curriculum for children with complex issues around their social, emotional, mental health (SEMH) course is being run on the 05.05.17 from 09.00am to 3.30pm. Last chance to book onto this course is 26.04.17. This course is run by Bradford Behaviour Specialist Teaching Team.

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Title

Creating an enabling curriculum for children with complex issues around their social, emotional, mental health (SEMH)

Description of training

You will learn:

About how children develop socially and emotionally from birth

  • About why, if this development has been delayed, they may then struggle in the school environment
  • Why the curriculum poses such a threat to children with SEMH difficulties
  • How to reduce threat to enable learning to happen
  • How to recognise the right time to push and challenge
  • How to plan, prepare resources based on class teacher planning to provide exciting, engaging tasks that draw on different learning styles

Refreshments are included. Lunch is provided plus drinks on arrival, mid-morning and with lunch.

Tutors: Martina Woodworth and Alison Smith

Suitable for

Teaching assistants specifically employed in mainstream schools to support pupils where social, emotional, mental health is a primary need.

Off-site centre staff and PRU staff secondary and primary

Date/s, times & venue

All day

05.05.17 – 09.00am to 3.30pm – Margaret McMillan Tower

Cost

£110 per person

 


Action

Published: 17/03/2017
Audience: Teaching assistants specifically employed in mainstream schools to support pupils with social, emoti
Contact: Lynda Hitchen

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