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Working Together to Support children who have experienced trauma and loss

South Thames Early Education Partnership and Teaching School Alliance. (STEEP)

Monday, 2 October 2017 from 09:30 to 12:30 (BST)

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Working Together to Support children who have experienced trauma and loss, including Looked After and Adopted Children

 

Children and young people who have experienced early life trauma can experience a range of challenges in their school or setting.

PAC-UK's Education Service offers a range of services to enable schools, parents and guardians and education and social care professionals to meet the needs of permanently placed children.

The Department for Education is increasingly recognising the long term impact of trauma and loss for children who live in adoptive or special guardianship families.  As part of their investment in supporting adoptive families, the DfE has awarded a grant to PAC-UK and Adoption UK to develop and implement strategies to improve the adoptive family’s school experience and therefore increase their academic and personal success.

Who will the training aim to help?

  • Adopters
  • Initial Teachers & Early Years / CPD
  • Virtual Schools
  • Local Authorities

Course relates to:

Understanding and meeting the needs of children who have experienced trauma, including Looked After & Adopted Children

Course objectives:

  • To understand early relationships and their ongoing effects
  • To understand trauma and loss and their ongoing impact
  • To plan strategies to support & include children affected by attachment difficulties, trauma and loss

 

Course Content: Importance of early relationships (attachment theory), Impact of trauma, abuse and neglect on neurodevelopment, Developmental nature of skill acquisition, strategies to help support children.

 

PAC-UK and Adoption UK in partnership with Lewisham Early Years Team

 

Non - Attendance Fee

Please note this course is FREE - HOWEVER organisations who have booked places and do not attend will be charged a non attendance fee of £50 for preventing another practitioner from accessing this CPD opportunity.

Terms and Conditions:     By purchasing this ticket online I agree to the following terms and conditions:

Payment:  Payments are made on-line in advance of the event taking place. You may attend the event without having booked and paid for the place you may be turned away from the event. 

It may be possible to make an online payment on arrival at the event to gain entry where places are available,  but this facility cannot be guaranteed.

Timekeeping:  Prompt time keeping is essential in ensuring a professional learning environment.  Late-comers may be refused admission to the course/training event where entry may be detrimental to the learning of others.

Cancellation:If you are no longer able to attend the course, please notify us by email STEEPcontact@gmail.com, giving us at least 48 hours notice. If you fail to do this your full course fee will be retained.

In the event the organiser has to cancel or reschedule the event, your booking will be transferred to the next available date or a full refund provided.

Refund policy: Refunds will only be given if the attendee gives 48 hours notice of non-attendance. After this time no refunds will be given.


 

Do you have questions about Working Together to Support children who have experienced trauma and loss? Contact South Thames Early Education Partnership and Teaching School Alliance. (STEEP)

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Civic Suite
1 Catford Road
SE6 4RU
United Kingdom

Monday, 2 October 2017 from 09:30 to 12:30 (BST)


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South Thames Early Education Partnership and Teaching School Alliance. (STEEP)

STEEP- the South Thames Early Education Partnership;  

Six South London, Nursery Schools and Children’s Centres, with a long history working with children and families.

We believe every child deserves the best possible start in life and support to fulfill their potential. A child’s experience in the early years has a major impact on their future life chances. A secure, safe and happy childhood is important in its own right, and provides the foundation for children to make the most of their own abilities and talents as they grow.
 
STEEP's mission is to support those working with young children and their families through the provision of a range of high quality professional development opportunities including:
  • Support and Training for Childminders,
  • Initial Teacher Education,
  • CPD for Early Years professionals in schools and settings.
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