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The Wellbeing Toolkit
The Wellbeing Toolkit
Delivered HOSTA - The Hazel Oak Wellbing (HOW) team have been implementing the Wellbing Toolkit since 2016 following training from Dr Tina Rae.
Dr Tina Rae has over 30 years’ experience working with children, adults and families in both clinical and educational contexts within local authorities and specialist educational services. She is currently working as a Consultant Educational Psychologist in a range of SEMH and mainstream contexts and for Compass Fostering as a Consultant Psychologist.
The Wellbeing Toolkit is an innovative and comprehensive skills-based training programme which provides the tools to foster social and emotional development in children and young people. Teachers are now more likely to be in contact with children with mental health problems than primary health care, mental health services and social services combined (Ford 2014). It is therefore of utmost importance that teachers receive the appropriate training.
The key aims of this course are to allow professionals and staff who work with children and young people to:
- Learn relevant therapeutic approaches and skills.
- Feel confident that they have developed the appropriate skills and knowledge base to identify at-risk students
- Help prevent the escalation of any perceived difficulties and problems.
- Fulfil Inclusion(Section 4) of the National Curriculum (2014) by enhancing the emotional well-being of students and providing particular support for those experiencing social, emotional and/or behavioural difficulties.
16th January 2018
9am - 12pm
Hazel Oak School, Hazeloak Road, Shirley, Solihull, B90 2AZ
Teachers, NQTs, Classroom assistants, SENCOs, subject leaders,
staff working with mainstream and SEN pupils, senior leaders.
£75 (1/2 day)
Please register your interest ASAP.
We are a new specialist Teaching Alliance in the Solihull borough, consisting of 4 outstanding special schools and a mainstream primary school. We aim to provide a wide range of training and support opportunities for the local educational community, offering insight into inclusion and SEN provision for all.