Primary Wellbeing of Pupils

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Auditing and assessing PSHE (including Relationships and Health Education)

Course overview

This course will share theory, HE PSHE audit and practical ideas around assessment for schools to consider. In the Spring term, participants will then feedback their assessment strategies in PSHE.

Who should attend?

PSHE Leads and assessment leads

 

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Included in package:
  • Primary
  • Humanities and PSHE

£216.00

(incl. VAT)

Building a Resilient Classroom

Course overview

The session will examine building resilient classrooms through an emphasis on the teacher’s social and emotional well-being and competence. With a focus on their own well-being first, participants will better understand how to support their pupils with the skills they need to manage the complex situations they encounter.

Course objectives

  • To discuss the impact of positive attachment and its effect on lifelong learning.
  • To discuss the five domains of emotional intelligence in practice.
  • To understand the role of an emotionally intelligent teacher.
  • To share best practice and strategies to promote resilience and wellbeing within a classroom setting.

Who should attend?

PSHE leads, senior leaders and behaviour leads with a responsibility for behaviour and wellbeing.

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Included in package:
  • Primary
  • Inclusion

£108.00

(incl. VAT)

Deep dives in Primary Humanities and RE

Course overview

Since September 2019 Ofsted have been investigating the quality of education in at least one of the humanities subjects by exploring the curriculum, visiting lessons, surveying pupils and interviewing the subject leaders. In the Autumn term alone over 105 of them were based in RE, History and Geography.

Course objectives

  • Clarify Ofsted expectations and the Deep Dive process
  • Plan progression effectively into their curriculum
  • Identify effective pedagogy and classroom practice to help pupils progress by learning, understanding and remembering more.
  • Consider strategies to support their teachers in ensuring pupils can progress.

 Who should attend?

Humanities and RE lead and senior leaders.

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Included in package:
  • Primary
  • Humanities and PSHE

£358.80

(incl. VAT)

Emotional Literacy Support Assistants: ELSA Training

 

The Educational Psychology Service is offering the ELSA training programme in Hackney.  This is for any member of staff working with vulnerable children and young people, for example, Teaching Assistants (TAs), SEN Learning Support Assistants (LSAs), Learning Mentors, Family Liaison Workers, etc.

Who should attend?

Any member of staff working with vulnerable children and young people, for example, Teaching Assistants (TAs), SEN Learning Support Assistants (LSAs), Learning Mentors, Family Liaison Workers, etc.

Course structure:

  • 6-day Training Course to enable support staff to develop and deliver emotional literacy interventions for their students. 
  • Followed by 7-sessions of group supervision led by specialist Educational Psychologists to help with planning and delivery of interventions. Supervision sessions will run up until academic year 2022/23.

Course benefits:

  • The ELSA project is an evidence-based initiative where teaching assistants receive six days of special training from EPs related to emotional literacy and well-being of children and young people in school.
  • By becoming a registered ELSA in their school, staff receive ongoing professional supervision from EPs to help them deliver individual and small group support programmes in schools.
  • ELSAs can help with a range of issues, including loss and bereavement, self-esteem, motivation, social skills, issues with friends and relationships, anger management, behavior in class, bullying, anxiety, exam-related stress, etc.
  • This preventative, inexpensive initiative can build on schools’ current resources, delivering quality support to students.
  • Beneficial outcomes have been found to be: increased staff confidence in supporting vulnerable pupils and a significant improvement in the emotional well-being of students

Plus 1 x group supervision sessions will take place in summer term 2022 and a copy of “Well-Being: An Introductory Handbook.

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Included in package:
  • Not Included

£720.00

(incl. VAT)

Supporting New Subject Leaders in Humanities

Course overview

Designed to support new or inexperienced Subject Leaders in Geography and History to not just meet the demands of their role, but to enhance the teaching of their subject across the school.

Course objectives

  • Define the expectations and clarify the challenges of the role
  • Identify models, tools and strategies to successfully deliver the curriculum in your subject
  • Develop skills in planning, reporting and communicating across the school and beyond
  • Consider strategies to monitor and improve the quality of teaching and ensure pupils progress in your subject

Who should attend?

New or inexperienced Subject Leaders in Geography and History

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Included in package:
  • Primary
  • Humanities and PSHE

£177.60

(incl. VAT)