2023 Term 2
Face-to-Face and E-Workshops
To register interest for these workshops please contact the presenter for each one.
Face-to-face workshops are held in the RTLB Meeting room at the Crown Street entrance to Royal Oak Primary School.
E-workshops are held via Zoom meetings. Register with the presenter for the link.
reframing and responding to behaviour
Presented by Jo Turner
Wednesday 14th June 9.30-12 Face-to-face at the RTLB meeting room, Royal Oak Primary School.
This session will focus on recognising escalating behaviours and differentiating the adult's response accordingly.
The principles that apply to any class level are aimed to de-escalate student behaviour and alleviate stress for all involved.
Some new tips for changing up what we adults do….to get a different response!
TEACHING EMOTIONAL REGULATION FROM DYSREGULATION THROUGH CO-REGULATION TO SELF REGULATION
Presented by Jo Turner and Barbara Hannant
Wednesday 24th May, whole day Face-to-Face workshop 9.30am-2.30pm at the RTLB meeting room, Royal Oak Primary School.
Places are limited so be in quick.
Jo Turner and Barb Hannant will work with participants to unpack behaviours, identify patterns and isolate triggers so that effective strategies can be timed to prevent escalation of behaviours.
Jo and Barb will unpack and develop escalation and de-escalation behaviour profiles with participants to reframe behaviour from the viewpoint of an adult and a young person. Participants will leave with the ability to complete escalation profiles for the adults to use to support a young person and to be able to work with the young person to complete a de-escalation profile for themselves.
Presented by Michelle Grey-Lamont
Monday 29th May 2-4pm, RTLB meeting Room, Royal Oak Primary School.
Register by 26th May 2023 with Michelle
Kids are resilient! Really?
How do teachers explicitly teach resilience skills? Here’s one way… BOUNCE BACK by Toni Noble and Helen McGrath! It is an evidence-informed programme that promotes positive mental health, wellbeing, and resilience in young people. BOUNCE BACK targets years 0-8. This social and emotional learning programme is underpinned by Positive Psychology and utilises Cognitive Behaviour Training (CBT) principles. BOUNCE BACK also aims to develop the optimal learning environments that help children experience joy in learning and develop positive teacher-student and peer relationships.
The In-person workshop delivered by Michelle Grey-Lamont (RTLB) will focus on:
What is the BOUNCE BACK programme?
The BOUNCE BACK curriculum
Implementation & Planning of BOUNCE BACK in your class/kura
BOUNCE BACK assessment tools
Questions & Answers time
LINKS TO 2021 WORKSHOPS
ESCALATION PROFILES WORKSHOP PART 1
Link to Presentation in button below
ESCALATION PROFILES WORK! PART 2: Application
Part 2 - Examples of Escalation Profiles in action to show how they work.
zones of regulation
Presented by Michele Hucker
POSTPONED Date to be confirmed Face-to-face at the RTLB meeting room Royal Oak Primary School.
In this workshop you will gain an overview of Zones of Regulation. The lessons teach students about how their thinking patterns, internal emotions and sensory needs, can result in them shifting from one zone to another.
Introduction to the zones of Regulation curriculum
Introduction to each of the different Zones
Introduction to the concept of self-regulation and how we can support students to further develop this
Having a go at some of the activities in the lesson plans
mental health education and wellbeing
Presented by Tracey Richardson firstname.lastname@example.org
An on-line e-workshop.
Wednesday 14th June 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Register with Tracey for the Zoom link
Tracey will explore the Mental Health Education Guidelines that were released in September 2022. Participants will gain an understanding of what Mental Health Education could look like at Levels 1-4 of the curriculum. She will also share a wide range of resources to enhance mental wellbeing that are available online. This workshop is suitable for teachers, SENCOs, HPE leaders, Learning Support Co-ordinators and anyone interested in SEL.
Presented by Maryanne Manuyag
Wednesday - 7th June, 3:30-5:00pm, Face-to-face in the RTLB meeting room Royal Oak Primary School
How can we support our teachers in their wellbeing?
Come along to hear recent research around wellbeing and teachers, as well as findings from recent surveys and interviews with teachers in our cluster. Some strategies for teachers, RTLBs, school management teams and BOTs on ways we can all support our own wellbeing, and that of our colleagues.
AUTISTIC LEARNERS PARTICIPATING AND CONTRIBUTING IN THE LEARNING COMMUNITY
Facilitated by Titania McKenzie
Register with Titania at email@example.com
Monday 12th June 3.30-5.30pm
Monday 26th June 3.30-5pm
RTLB meeting room at Royal Oak Primary School.
Limited places. Must attend both workshops.
This two-part workshop is for teachers, their teaching assistants and leadership partners who are looking to enhance their support for autistic learners. It presents an ‘iceberg framework’ to unpack and deepen understanding of autistic learners neurodiverse experience. A link to classroom resources aligned with the iceberg are provided for workshop attendees. It is recommended that you come with a specific learner in mind as there will be time given to unpack the framework and plan next steps. In workshop two we share our experiences with strategies that were put in place and solution find together challenges that arose.
If this is a workshop you would like to consider for teams working in your school, feel free to come to this workshop as a taster experience. A school based workshop can be then be negotiated.