Date(s) - 23/03/2021
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Understand more about attachment styles and understand how this is relevant to children’s learning, behaviour and relationships in school.
This training is for NQTs looking to understand more about attachment styles and understand how this is relevant to children’s learning, behaviour and relationships in school.
The session will run for 90 minutes providing an opportunity for NQTs to put theory into practice; make use of their own experiences working alongside children. The session draws upon experience from within the Mulberry Bush School which works with children who have experienced severe complex trauma and promotes a reflective culture when working alongside behaviour that challenges us.
This event is suitable for NQTs, RQTs, returners to teaching, teachers who are new to this area or teachers who would like a refresher.
Ray is an experienced teacher and qualified art therapist. He has also worked in residential child care and was a foster parent, and has worked at The Mulberry Bush since 1989. Ray has been involved in various collaborative research projects at The Mulberry Bush, and was integral to setting up and establishing the current Outreach model.
Ray works to develop understanding, skills, confidence and capacity with a range of professional groups who work with children, young people and families, and has a particular interest in promoting reflective practice through training and support for individuals, groups and organisations.
Morwenna worked for many years at the Mulberry Bush School as a Senior Teaching Assistant and Forest School Leader. After completing her MSc she worked in the London Borough of Lewisham as a Senior Family Support Worker. As a member of the Mulberry Bush Outreach Team she is the Course Coordinator for the Crossfields Institute Level 3 Certificate in Therapeutic Group Work with Children and Young People, and is a module leader on the Foundation Degree in Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People through the University of the West of England.
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Participation in the online event
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This event will not be recorded for copyright and privacy reasons.
Cost includes VAT which may be recovered by schools
£25 plus VAT
The event cost is inclusive of applicable VAT. Schools should be able to recover VAT from HMRC so the cost to your school should be the pre-VAT figure. If in doubt, please check with your finance manager.
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