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Course taking place on 31.10.18, please book via the website.
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Social Emotional Mental Health
A practical guide to implementing provision in the classroom for SEMH
Description of training
The classroom can be a challenging place for both pupils and staff. This course looks at a graduated response to anxieties in the classroom that lead to challenging behaviour. It will provide a range of practical strategies drawn from the range guidance
for Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. It will support staff to develop strategies to manage the anxieties, escalations and crises that can evolve from unmet learning needs. It will include exemplar documentation to support risk assessment and reporting
an incident. Plenty of ideas for accessible and easy to implement resources and strategies.
Refreshments are included. On arrival, mid-morning and lunch
Tutor: Anna Robinson
TAs, HLTAs, Mentors, Teachers, SENCOs, SLT
Date/s, times & venue
31.10.18 – 09.00am to 3.30pm – Margaret McMillan Tower
£140 per person
Audience: TAs, HLTAs, Mentors, Teachers, SENCOs, SLT
Contact: Lynda Hitchen
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