Good behaviour is a set of very complex social skills and so the link between special educational needs and behaviour problems is enormous. This session explores the impact of common special educational needs (ASC, ADHD, dyslexia, learning difficulties, attachment disorders) on the ability to regulate behaviour and how we can support young people to do much better at acquiring and using the skills that they need. This session will give you practical strategies that you can use straight away and that you can share with your colleagues to make learning even better in your setting.
You will also receive information resources to share with colleagues to maximise the impact of this training in your setting.
Who is the course for?
For SEND Co-ordinators, teachers from all settings, ELSAs, HLTAs, teaching assistants and anyone supporting young people in an educational setting.
Emma Rossiter is Deputy Headteacher at Rowdeford School. Emma provides expert training and support about the strategies that enable young people to overcome their challenges and achieve their potential. Emma is an outstanding practitioner and experienced trainer with expertise in both mainstream and specialist settings. Emma’s training is inspiring, reflective and practical.