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Creating Belonging Everyday

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A critical factor in the behaviour of any class or individual is how attached they feel to the class/school/community. Even as adults we need to feel valued within our community or our job. When leaving…

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Free Online Short Course in ADHD and Autism from UoD

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The University of Derby is offering this excellent short course free online: https://www.derby.ac.uk/short-courses-cpd/online/free-courses/understanding-autism-aspergers-and-adhd/ Many hours of learning and interactive quizzes/videos are available to help support your understanding of autism and ADHD and how best to…

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The Thrive Approach

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The Thrive Approach is an intervention that has it’s basis in neuroscience, attachment and child development in order to help support the child’s overall social and emotional development. A number of stages are identified and…

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Restorative Approaches

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A lot has been said in the news and on social media about restorative approaches in schools. Often poor implementation is used as a measure of its apparent failure. Approaches like these, however, require a…

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Mindfulness

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What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is concerned with making yourself aware of your surroundings and “in the moment”. It can focus on your own internal environment but also that of the world around you. Mindful moments…

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SEMH Schools – What Does Good Look Like?

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SEMH schools are schools which focus on the social, emotional and mental health needs of the children and young adults within their care. Many schools will claim to have SEMH as an emphasis within their setting, but what does it take to be an SEMH specialist school and what might other mainstream schools be able to take from that?

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