Online: Working With Parents/carers to Ensure an Emotionally Safe Return to School for Children and Young People With Julie Westrop
- 18th Sep 2020
- Curriculum, PSHE
- Leadership, Curriculum
- Lunch Not Included
- Refreshments Not Included
- From £30.00
‘Regardless of income, the most important factor for many parents and carers was their school providing emotional support to help pupils settle back in and come to terms with the events of 2020. Many were supportive of a gradual, phased approach with a primary emphasis on social and emotional support’ The Cost of Learning in Lockdown June 2020 Child Poverty Action Group
This training is for class teachers and support staff, members of the pastoral team
Webinar 1.5 hours. During the Zoom session, the trainer will share their screen, video and audio. Attendees are view only participants. They may interact with the host through the chat button .
What the online 1.5 hour session will cover;
Introduction to the Recovery Curriculum
- Working in partnership with parents/carers to ;
Support children and young people in managing anxiety
Develop resilience in children and young people
Julie Westrop- Director of A2E2 Edu Ltd and creator of Cafés for All®, the whole school approach to engaging families in supporting learning, co-ordinator of Norfolk’s Family Practitioner Network , Associate Adviser with VNET, consultant /adviser on all aspects of the school/home partnership, involving and engaging parents in learning , community engagement. Former LA Senior School Adviser/S.I.P./Ofsted inspector, LA lead adviser for Family Engagement, Parent Support Adviser Co-ordinator and Literacy Adviser .