Partnership Programme – Supporting ALL Children with Social & Emotional Learning
DfE approved programme delivered by Gateway Alliance on behalf of the Coventry & Central Warwickshire Teaching School Hub
Through this programme of 4 face-to-face sessions, participants will explore:
Intended audience: Primary Teachers, Leaders, Teaching Assistants & Pastoral team members (Foundation level – An introduction to Social and Emotional Learning)
Programme outline: 4 face-to-face sessions (with gap tasks to explore key ideas)
Session 1: Self-awareness
Session 2: Noticing and Exploring Behaviour
Session 3: The Significance of Relationship
Session 4: Supporting all children with Social and Emotional Learning
This modular programme is being run over 4 face-to-face sessions and will start in Spring 2023.
VENUE: Lawrence Sheriff School, Clifton Rd, Rugby CV21 3AG
£350 £175 per person (special discounted price – subsidised by the Coventry & Central Warwickshire Teaching School Hub)
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If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us on 02476 347697 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
During her 22 years in Primary education, Pam has taught throughout the Primary phase from Nursery and held a number of leadership roles across 3 local authorities. This has included roles as core subject lead and more strategic leadership across a MAT for Teaching and Learning and Curriculum. As Deputy Head Teacher, Pam became a Thrive Practitioner and Thrive trainer whilst Head Teacher, supporting other schools within the locality. Pam then harnessed such expertise in the application of neuroscience, attachment theory, child development and creativity into classroom practice as the Thrive Relationship Manager for a range of mainstream and specialist settings across the Midlands – providing training, mentoring and bespoke strategic and practical support to understand behaviour and meet children’s social and emotional needs. Pam is an Evidence Lead for Education for Staffordshire Research School where she facilitates on the EEF’s Learning Behaviours and Supporting Recovery programmes to explore research and evidence-informed approaches to maximise impact on school improvement and outcomes for children.