Course-Creating an enabling curriculum for children with issues around

Course title - Creating an enabling curriculum for children with issues around their social, emotional, mental health assessed as being at range four. This course is run by Specialist Teaching Team within Behaviour Support Service

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Title

Creating an enabling curriculum for children with issues around their social, emotional, mental health assessed as being at range four

Description of training

You will learn:

 

  • How to plan and prepare lessons to support teaching and learning when the student is working whole class, in a group and working 1:1
  • Why the curriculum might pose a threat to children with SEMH difficulties and how to reduce threat to enable learning to happen
  • How to recognise the right time to push and challenge to extend learning
  • How to plan vertically to maximise learning when 'push' can happen
  • How to plan exciting, engaging tasks that draw on different learning styles

 

Refreshments are included. Drinks on arrival and mid-morning.

Tutor: Martina Woodworth

Please book by 28.11.17

Suitable for

  • Behaviour Centre Staff
  • Teaching assistants specifically employed in mainstream schools to support pupils where social, emotional, mental health is a primary need.
  • PRU staff secondary and primary

Date/s, times & venue

12.12.17 – 09.00am to 12.00 – Margaret McMillan Tower

Cost

£50 per person

 


Action

Published: 21/09/2017
Audience: Behaviour Centre Staff / Teaching assistants specifically employed in mainstream schools to support
Contact: Lynda Hitchen

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