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Using the Pupil Passport Toolkit to work with pupils with challenging behaviour
Wednesday 22nd June 4pm – 5.30pm, via Zoom
This cross phase training will be delivered by Helen Tyzack from Woodbridge Park Education Service.
This session looks at how the Pupil Passport Toolkit is used to develop practical strategies for supporting pupils in distress.
The session will look at the link between the Attachment Theory and a child’s social emotional development. In particular, the impact adverse childhood experiences and trauma have on a child’s ability to self-regulate.
Using this model, we have developed the Pupil Passport Toolkit which looks at pupils’ strengths and talents, as well as the triggers and cues that indicate that a child is showing signs of distress. Through the use of de-stressing strategies such as mindfulness and zones of regulations, we can learn how to positively support them during times of crisis, and ultimately help them to develop the skills of self-regulation.
- To identify their feelings and levels of alertness
- Effective regulation tools
- When and how to use the tools
- Problem-solve positive solutions
- Understand how their behaviours influence others' thoughts and feelings
And ultimately ...
- Independent Regulation
There is limited capacity for this training, so book now!