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Course outline and purpose:
This course is designed to meet the needs of any school-based staff required to provide first aid and welfare duties to the youngest children.
The course meets the EYFS/OFSTED/DFCS and Sure Start requirements for those working in care settings for the under 8s and also requirements for the NCMA for these registered as childminders.
Applicants who secure a place will need to attend both days which are scheduled from 9.00-4.00pm.Essential Information
This session is Providing Targeted and Specialist Support for our Children and Young People
With Barbara Thurogood and Suzanne Rowson learn how to plan wellbeing provision which is truly inclusive of children with SEND.
Understand how to support transitions for looked after and previously looked after children in the context of COVID-19.
In accordance with the new DfE initiative of Wellbeing & Recovery in Education, the associated grant covers all costs for Enfield schools, meaning schools can sign up for this program, with no cost (this applies to buyback and non-buyback schools).
Primary & Secondary SLT and teachers, governors, support staff
COURSE OUTLINE AND PURPOSE:
This professional learning program will bring together a range of professionals to enable discussion, provide practical tools and increase the confidence of teachers to interact effectively with the children and young people they work with.
A partnership program designed with Enfield Professional Learning and Enfield’s Educational Psychology Service, all sessions will align to the principles of promoting a sense of safety, belonging, self and collective efficacy, calm and hope.
Twilight sessions between 24th September 2020 and 1st April 2021