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Code: LAC/18/002 PACE for Teachers Workshop

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PACE is an approach developed by Dr Dan Hughes, an American psychologist who works with traumatised children. PACE stands for Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy. Being PACEful enables you to have effective, empowering interactions with children who have experienced trauma and who, as a result, do not respond to you in the same way as other children you teach. It is a useful classroom tool for all children, not just those who have had a difficult start to life. This session is designed to help teachers and TAs to learn more about this approach and practice using it over the course of the afternoon workshop.

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1 24 January 2019 14:00 - 17:00 Kidlington Fire Station Map
Places remaining: 7

Code: VL/19/010 Attachment Awareness for schools

A course which explores the impact of attachment related functioning and neuro-scientific research offering practical support and strategies for both Primary and Secondary settings. Opportunities to have work based discussion to support embedment of new thinking will be offered

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1 31 January 2019 09:30 - 15:30 Linden House, Standlake Map
Places remaining: 12

Code: VL/19/012 For NEW Designated Teachers - Designated teacher training including epep and writing effective outcomes to attract Pupil Premium Plus

Everything a DT needs to know about the role, their statutory duties and corporate parent responsibilities. How to run good PEP meetings, write ePEPs and plan effective use of Pupil Premium.

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1 06 February 2019 14:00 - 16:00 Venue TBC (Oxford Area) Map
Places remaining: 11

Code: VL/18/057 Behaviour as Communication and Strategies to support

Understanding the causes and function of behaviour including practical strategies for working effectively Working with emotional and behavioural communication in the classroom setting

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1 14 February 2019 09:30 - 15:30 Linden House, Standlake Map
Places remaining: 17

Code: VL/19/015 NVR (Non-Violent Resistance)

NVR stands for Non-Violent Resistance, an evidence-based approach to managing serious behaviour problems such as controlling and self-destructive behaviour, truanting and absconding, aggression and violence, and risk-taking. NVR is becoming increasingly popular in the UK as an effective alternative to more traditional behavioural approaches. This session will introduce participants to the principles of NVR, present case studies of work done in partnership with schools, and present opportunities for further training for school staff to embed this approach in schools.

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1 27 February 2019 13:00 - 16:00 Venue TBC (Oxford Area) Map
Places remaining: 21

Code: VL/19/013 For NEW Designated Teachers - Designated teacher training including epep and writing effective outcomes to attract Pupil Premium Plus

Everything a DT needs to know about the role, their statutory duties and corporate parent responsibilities. How to run good PEP meetings, write ePEPs and plan effective use of Pupil Premium.

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1 06 March 2019 14:00 - 16:00 Abbey House - OCC Map
Places remaining: 18