Stephanie George, Assistant Head teacher and her team are the winners of the TES Support Staff of the Year 2013 award. Stephanie has received two DFE awards for supporting the acheivement of young people. She is the author of 'The Learning Mentor Manual' - a practical book offering advice for Learning Mentors and those managing learning mentors. She is also the author of the practical activity book "Activities for Learning Mentors working with Young People".
Children and Families Act (March 2014)- implications for SEND in schools
DfE-supported ‘Achievement for All 3As':
available to all schools
Practical approach to overcoming obstacles that prevent learning:
Presented by: Sonia Blandford
Professor Sonia Blandford: Sonia is founder and CEO of Achievement for All 3As, and led the successful two year pilot programme for the DfE. With 30 years’ experience as a teacher, school leader, Pro-Vice chancellor (Dean) of Education
and Director, Sonia is one of the UK’s leading practitioners of education. She is passionate about raising the aspirations,
access, and achievement for all children and young people.
Implement behavioural methods to enhance teaching and learning
Presented by: Elizabeth Floyer
Elizabeth is an educational and occupational psychologist, Elizabeth specialises in behaviour management. She has also served as a member of the evaluation team on the Home Office CRISS and On Track projects.
Birmingham Manchester Leeds London Liverpool Dorset Essex Nottingham Cambridge HS
A highly-practical course that will give you the skills to:
Identify the differences of girl bullying
Manage girl conflicts
Take action against bullying
Recognise and deal with new trends
Presented by: Sam Littlemore
Sam is a chartered psychologist, therapist and consultant child psychologist working with children, teachers and families. She has private practices, including one in Harley Street, London and operates a successful research company running projects with leading children’s charities focused on children’s behaviour and welfare issues.
Leeds London Birmingham Manchester Peterborough Cardiff
Practical strategies for promoting co-operative behaviour
Presented by: Bill Rogers
Dr Bill Rogers: Bill is a world-renowned authority on behaviour management and this is a rare opportunity to hear him speak in the UK. He is an inspirational speaker who uses humour and practical anecdotes to illustrate his core strategies. He offers practical solutions to managing difficult behaviour at classroom and whole school levels.
London Manchester Nottingham Birmingham Sheffield HS Milton Keynes Durham Cambridge