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Starting Again Programme: Working with Refugee and Asylum Seeking Families

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Wonder Full Early Years

83 Leylands Lane, Heaton

Heaton

Bradford

BD9 5PZ

United Kingdom

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Starting Again Programme Pilot - Bradford.

Join us, for this practical and innovative, three-day programme, which brings together the latest research from neuroscience, early childhood and refugee and asylum-seeking arena’s. We are offering a unique opportunity for delegates to reflect on their own skills, knowledge and understanding and consider future practice with children and families.

Target Audience: Managers, Early Years Teachers, Early Years Practitioners working with children aged 0-5 years, Health Care Workers, Social Care, Children’s Centre staff.

Please Note: Delegates must be able to attend all three days. Please purchase one ticket which will be valid for all three sessions.

Timing: ***CHANGE OF DATES***

Tuesday 12th, Wednesday 13th, Thursday 14th December 2017

9.30am-3.30pm

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Day one 12/12/2017: Awareness, Engagement and Support for Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Families.

Brief Outline: Day 1 will provide professionals with an introduction to developing their own practice in regard to working with Refugee and Asylum-Seeking children entering the UK with family or alone. Throughout the day, we will consider a range of information and data and dispel misinformation. Delegates will be offered opportunities to develop a greater understanding of how to engage and support Refugee and Asylum-Seeking children and families within their setting/community.

Day two 13/12/2017: Emotional Wellbeing for Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Children in Early Childhood.

Brief Outline: Day 2 of the programme identifies effective practice to support emotional well-being in refugee and asylum-seeking children, with an emphasis on developing understanding of the latest neuroscientific research. We will consider how behaviours are affected and the influence on wellbeing. We will also explore British Values and the Prevent Duty and consider this in relation to developing good practice.

Day three 14/12/2017: Trauma Informed Practice: Supporting Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Children.

Brief Outline: This final element of the programme will explore how everything we have discussed this far develops into ‘Trauma Informed Practice’. We will explore the importance of play for refugee and asylum-seeking children and families, and the practitioner role in supporting this.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Wonder Full Early Years

83 Leylands Lane, Heaton

Heaton

Bradford

BD9 5PZ

United Kingdom

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