A Graduated Approach to SEMH

Course Details
Audience: SENDCOs, Teachers, Support Staff, Pastoral Staff
Date: Wednesday 5th February
Time: 9:30am-3:30pm
Venue: Altrincham Grammar School for Girls
Cost: £150
Facilitated by: Lynsey Thorniley

Social, Emotional, Mental Health is a rising area of need for children and young people in school. There can be a number of reasons why we see SEMH in schools as they can be an unpredictable and confusing environment for students. Therefore, we need to understand what contributing factors are affecting our children and young people and how we can make adjustments in our environments to best support the presenting needs.

The content of the course will explore what SEMH is, contributing factors and how we as educators can implement support to provide best outcomes for students thriving in education.

Aims of the course:

· To develop a comprehensive understanding of SEMH needs, what they are, what are the contributing factors and how they may present in education settings.

· The course will explore strategies how to support behaviour to maximise engagement in education.

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Altrincham WA14 2NL
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