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Trauma, Resilience and the School Community

Event code SCH 20/657 
Event description Pupils' experiences during lockdown have varied and many will return to schools in September eager to see friends and engage in learning. Others who have experienced trauma and adversity may find the transition more challenging. For vulnerable pupils who experienced problems with self-regulation prior to the lockdown these difficulties may now be amplified and some may require additional support to manage their emotional and behavioural responses when schools reopen for the new term.

This webinar promotes a whole school, trauma and resilience led approach to promote the wellbeing and self-regulation of vulnerable pupils. The session is informed by the biology of trauma and ongoing stress. .Evidence-based strategies will be considered at individual, class, and whole school level.

The session runs for 1.5 hours and is an introduction to the psychology and biology of trauma and resilience. It is relevant for staff in schools supporting CYP who have experienced trauma, including issues arising from the Covid -19 pandemic. There will be a short pre-session activity to complete.

You will be sent a 'Microsoft Teams' invite for the webinar which will include joining instructions and details of the pre-session activity. The pre course activity will be sent out the week before the session.

You will receive a joining link for the Webinar the day before the course commences. The certificate will be accessed through CPD online. You will be emailed once this is available. 
Training objectives 1. Consider the needs of vulnerable pupil groups within the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and key messages from theories of trauma and resilience

2. Think about the biology of trauma, ongoing stress and overwhelm and implications for self-regulation, relationships, and learning.

3. Consider links with the biology of trauma, ongoing stress and overwhelm with practical strategies and approaches to promote adaptive self-regulation and wellbeing. 
Key stages
All image Foundation image KS1 image KS2 image KS3 image KS4 image KS5 image 14-19/24 image 
Subject areas Education Psychology
Target audience
All Teaching Staff / Deputy Head / Family Liaison Officer / Foundation Stage Leader / Governor / Headteacher / Leadership Team / Learning Support Assistant / SEN Co-ordinator / Teachers / Teaching Assistant
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Venue
Microsoft Teams, use own computer, XXXX XXX map
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Location
Training Provider CYPE - EPA - EP (Educational Psychology)
Admin contact Jane Austin (jane.austin@theeducationpeople.org)
Facilitator/Tutor
Jeanette Slater
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Part of SLA? No
Kent LA cost
£0.00
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£0.00
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£0.00
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Number of credits 0
Funding information Free to all
Start date Thursday 17 September 2020
Times 10:00-11:30
Number of sessions 1