This session helps school staff identify and plan to support young people with concentration and impulsivity difficulties.
“Children and young persons whose behaviour appears impulsive, overactive and/or inattentive to an extent that it is unwarranted for their developmental age and is a significant hindrance to their social and educational success” British Psychological Society
Effective support for pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (EVENT FULL)
Schools can make 1 free booking for 2 TAs for this session.
Each session is repeated three times – choose the date that suits you.
Before each session TAs will be set short pre-course learning activities to enhance the learning experience and our time together.
Pre-learning tasks will be sent a week in advance of the training and will involve reading or watching pre-recorded power points from the OCC Bitesize Training catalogue and/or short videos.
Emotion-Based School Avoidance Training (EVENT FULL)
In a world rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of children and young people are struggling to cope with the return to education and the challenges of school life. As we navigate the impact of EBSA, join One-Eighty for a training session exploring the key warning signs and importance of early intervention to support young people and their families with a wellbeing approach. Understand the contributing factors, discuss success stories and interact with other professionals to leave this session with a fresh perspective on promoting mental health in education.