Supporting the Mental Health of Children looked after in School
London Designated Teacher Network
Led by Julia Clements, Principal Educational Psychologist at Place2Be this workshop will explore practical, evidence based strategies for supporting the personal development, behaviour and welfare of children and young people living with fostering families who attend your school.
Full agenda to be released shortly.
This free to attend session is delivered as part of the London Designated Teachers Network and is suitable for designated teachers, inclusion leads, pastoral heads and all others working to support the education of children looked after. Tickets are strictly limited, book now to avoid dissappointment.
The London Designated Teacher Network is working closely with Virtual School Heads, to share best practice and research on improving educational outcomes for children looked after. The network is part of the London Schools Excellence Hub for looked after children, funded by the Greater London Authority.
Julia Clements s the Principal Educational Psychologist, Place2Be. Before working for Place2Be, Julia worked for Local Authority specialist behaviour services and with CAMHS colleagues as part of the targeted mental health in schools (TaMHS ) team. Julia has a special interest in children who are Looked After or adopted and has recently worked for Post Adoption Centre(now PAC-UK). Julia is the author of Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Children who are Looked After, Fostered, Adopted or otherwise Permanently Placed (PAC-UK, 2013).
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