Jacqui and Colin Newton run training for Year 6s to be effective Peer Mediators.
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WEBINAR WORKSHOPS – Timing: Each session runs from 11am-12pm
Cost: Pay what you can afford
New Covid-19 inspired series delivered by psychologists Colin and Elliot Newton, plus Derek Wilson using the Zoom platform. We want to directly support and inform parents and carers and so indirectly benefit the children and young people with the greatest needs. Parenting is hard enough but supporting learning, hope and self image in these times has never been harder! Please share with anyone who might benefit…
The webinars are focused on trying to parent, encourage, support and include children and young people at this difficult time. Engage and learn in the comfort of your own setting as we explore a range of challenges. The content of the sessions will aim to allow safe sharing of experiences, provide fresh insights as well as practical strategies. The sessions will be very easy to understand and will share wisdom of those present as well as provide some guiding ideas.
Unable to make the time and date? You can access a replay if you enrol below – we will send a link by email.
Dates are as follows…
Agents of Hope is a podcast for anyone interested in Education, Psychology and social issues. Dr Tim Cox, who has recently completed a Doctorate in Applied Educational Psychology, the podcast aims to engage in long form critical discussion about issues that arise in the field of applied psychology. Each episode explores the practice, values and theory behind the practice of each guest.
You can follow Tim on twitter @timceducation and if you are interested in listening to the podcast you can listen here (or wherever you listen to your podcasts):
Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope: Envisioning inclusive, person-centred, futures with Colin Newton
A podcast featuring Colin about his time as an EP, including work on PATH, inclusion and hope
You can find an episode guide for the podcast here:
WEBINAR WORKSHOPS – Timing: Each session runs from 11am-1pm
Cost: Pay what you can afford
(£10 covers our admin costs)
New Covid-19 inspired series delivered by Colin and Elliot Newton, using the Zoom platform. What are you going through right now? What do you need to stay strong? We want to directly support and inform the adults and so indirectly benefit the children and young people with the greatest needs. Please share with anyone who might benefit… psychologists, trainees, teachers, SENCOs, Social workers, TAs, parents and carers and so on…
The webinars are focused on meeting the needs of the professionals and parents trying to support and include children and young people at this difficult time. Engage and learn in the comfort of your own setting as we explore a range of challenges. The content of the sessions will aim to allow safe sharing of experiences, provide fresh insights as well as practical strategies.
The content will be based on this training course which is also available to you and your team on request
Dates are as follows…
Children with special needs require someone to walk the extra mile to help them improve. Whether you’re a teacher or a parent, it’s your job to explore different options in helping these children learn more and acquire new skills. You need you to find the right tools, resources, and activities they could make use of. One of the things they need to work on is their writing skills.
We’ve decided to help you find the right way to help special children improve their writing. Below, you’ll find a list of useful writing skills activities for special children. They’ll make it easier for them to work on their writing and become better at it every day.
Let’s take a closer look at each of the activities.
The spread of the coronavirus in 2020 has changed the way people do several things. The way people communicate, work, and learn has been affected by the pandemic.
With everyone practicing social distancing, it is no surprise that online learning is taking a frontier this year. The idea is to ensure that education is uninterrupted–as much as possible–despite the pandemic. Hence, schools are continuing to teach by introducing online learning.
While there are several benefits of online learning, there are also some side effects. Isolation for lengthy periods during a pandemic could increase stress, promote fear and anxiety. It could also create strong and overwhelming emotions. All of these could cause several mental health illnesses.
So, although you might be learning online this period, you must take care of your mental health. This article covers several ways you can take care of your mental health while you study online.
Learning how to work closely with parents of children with special educational needs and fostering a positive relationship with them is essential. In fact, it can be as important as learning how to support the child. Here are five strategies to help you establish a trusting and collaborative relationship with parents…
Managing classroom conflict is something that teachers have to practice on a daily basis and even the best teachers struggle to keep a bustling classroom under control at times. Kids are often especially volatile after a long summer – and this year they’ll be facing tumultuous changes to the classroom that will further disrupt order.
Challenging behaviour training and other resources are invaluable elements of any teacher’s ongoing training, but for now here are some strategies to help you manage challenging behaviour in the classroom.
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