The Emotionally Safe Classroom – Digital Course

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Create a Safe, Productive Learning Environment For You And Your Pupils

  • Examine your role in the classroom and how it can have a significant impact on your pupils; you are the decisive element
  • Investigate “The Big Ask.” What do we really ask of children every day? Is it realistic? And why might they not be able to do it? How will this affect your teaching style?
  • Reflect on and better understand your experiences in the classroom and how you could improve communication and dealing with difficult situations moving forward

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Course Content

The Emotionally Safe Classroom is a video-led course split out into five different modules that last roughly 50 minutes each. There will be periods set aside for reflection during each section and you will be provided with a Reflective Journal to support your learning throughout. Each module includes taught content and activities for delegates to complete before moving on.

It is suggested that delegates work through the course over a five week period in order to process and implement the learning.

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Module 1: Exploring the role of the adult in creating the classroom climate.

  • Being the Decisive Element
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Self-reflection
  • Expectations and Explanations (Dr Ross Greene)

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Module 2. What we ask of children and why might they not be able to do it!

  • The ‘Big Ask’
  • Attachment and other factors

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Module 3. School as a secure base.

  • Do I feel safe?
  • Using the UEA model – Availability, Sensitivity, Acceptance, Co-operation, Belonging for adults as well as children

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Module 4. Beyond behaviour.

  • Feelings Thoughts and Behaviour
  • When demands outstrip capacity to cope
  • Survival in the classroom
  • Self-regulation

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Module 5. Using resources and next steps.

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2019 Award Winners  Excellence In Training and Education

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Studies have shown that learning, socialisation skills, higher level thinking, problem solving, organising and planning are more likely to occur in the brain of the emotionally secure child who feels safe in their classroom.

Crucially, this course will support you to:

  • Create an environment in which your pupils can feel safer and more secure and therefore have more opportunity to flourish under your care
  • Identify and support the children in your class who may be surviving, rather than thriving for a variety of different reasons. We will discuss and examine specific examples that you might face day-to-day
  • Create an environment where all children, whether thriving or surviving can feel secure and safe, no matter what external issues they may be facing

This course is about helping your children to feel safe, but you will gain valuable transferable skills and a fantastic personal development opportunity.

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Liz taught for over 25 years before becoming an education advisor specialising in Mental and Emotional Health and Wellbeing.

She has successfully supported many schools in their approach to both pupil and staff wellbeing, providing training and consultancy around emotionally safe classrooms, secure bases for pupils and staff, attachment and trauma, mental health and mental illness, Protective Behaviours, and other issues relating to wellbeing.

Much of Liz’s work is bespoke, creating support packages through dialogue with individual schools. Liz has written 3 books and teaching resource packs for schools and other organisations that work with children.

These have been extremely well received and are used nationally, helping children explore the internal world of their feelings and thoughts, manage anxiety and self-calm. Liz regularly runs workshops and speaks at conferences around the country. Liz also works as a wellbeing advisor for Optimus and a trainer for the Anna Freud Centre in London.

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Award Winning Team:

Services For Education have won numerous awards including the Birmingham Awards Contribution to Education 2018 and the Chambers Excellence in Training and Education.

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Experienced Team:

The majority of our team have held senior leadership positions at schools. We have two ex-headteachers within the team (with inspection experience) and a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management. 

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Trusted Training Provider:

We are the go-to school support service in the West Midlands having worked with over 5,000 professionals across over 520 schools in the area.

 

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