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Amber Hope posted this on 24th May 2012
Nature, Nurture or Trauma?
• What effects do a child’s early experiences have on their ability to learn and ‘succeed’ in life?
• Why do some children struggle and fail to even begin to tap into their potential?
• Why do some children’s behaviours appear to be ‘out of control’?
• How can teachers, support staff, parents, carers and others help to make a difference?
This inspiring and practical workshop, led by experts in the field of Early Trauma and Attachment will look at and answer these questions and more, which will give greater understanding, confidence and skills in working with vulnerable children and students.
There will be fresh new insights based on the latest research on brain development and trauma as well as practical strategies which can be immediately implemented to help in working and living more successfully with the most challenging children and young people.
Previous delegates have immediately been able to begin applying the learning’s, seeing valuable improvements including greater understanding, more harmony and rapport between pupils and staff in schools and enhanced relationships within social environments.
This workshop will particularly benefit Teachers, SENCO’s, Learning Support Mentors, Nursery School Staff, Social Workers, Youth Workers, Police, Doctors, Health Visitors, Family Solicitors and those working in charities and other agencies as well as parents and foster carers.
‘Children are not slates from which the past can be rubbed by a duster or sponge, but humans profoundly affected by what has gone before.’ John Bowlby (1951)
FRIDAY 22nd JUNE 2012
BIVOUAC, ILTON, MASHAM, N YORKS
9.30am – 3.30pm
COST : £60 to include lunch
For further information contact Ruth or to book contact Bivouac 01765 535020
David Sorley posted this on 02nd May 2012
Here is a little video showing some of the craftsmanship that went in to the build for our Woodland Shacks