You are invited to attend a Trauma Informed Schools Training delivered by Psychotherapist Ellie Baker.
Monday 28th January 4pm-7pm
Mounts Bay Academy (Main Hall)
Overview of course content:
-The neuroscience and psychology of child and adolescent mental health and mental ill-health: what every teacher needs to know.
ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) study and Protective Factors in schools that change children’s lives
Professor Jaak Panksepp’s model of mental health, mental ill-health and theory of change
-The role of emotionally available adults in schools: Benefit to staff and students
-‘I wish my teacher knew’ They want to tell us. Are we ready to hear
-Key skills in responding to and understanding challenging and/or trauma triggered behaviour.
Contact us for more details: email@example.com
This course includes a Level 3 Award accredited by Cornwall College.
The programme is free due to funding from the European Social Fund.
Cohorts starting from January 2019 in Penzance, with the option of further Cohorts in other locations in Cornwall in 2020.
A few articles/books/systems leaders:
Yuval Noah Harari
Yuval Noah Harari
Teaching & Learning Research – Tom Sherrington
CPD (other good buying sites available!)
Join us to be part of an evidence informed discussion on Metacognition.
We have a great kick starter lined up and then we can hear from others and get the discussion doing.
Click here to sign up: SIGN UP FORM
Another great article form Teacher Toolkit:
Join us at Mounts Bay Academy for a free workshop exploring Google’s Applied Digital Skills curriculum.
During this workshop you will discover how Applied Digital Skills can be used in the classroom with your students. Suitable for use in any secondary subject, these ready-to-use video lessons teach digital skills that have immediate, real-life applications.
Wednesday, 21 November 2018, 16:00 – 18:30
Mounts Bay Academy
A few places left still for this. A second set of dates added as the first Cohort filled up straight away!
Another article to read:
Doing the right thing
Modern Learners had a wealth of relevant and thought-provoking content.
Came across this article recently by Ross McMullen for the Headteachers’ Roundtable. It raises some important questions about how some schools end up focussing on Year 11 and giving schools time for embedding improvement strategies.
Worth a read:
School Improvement Ross McMullen