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Webinar: Rebuilding Trust

  • Webcasts
  • 07 Jul 2020
wellbeing
social, emotional and mental wellbeing
trauma-informed
,
Covid-19
WSS past event

This series of three fortnightly webinars focuses on trauma-informed approaches and interventions to support children and young people in school. The webinars will support schools to develop trauma-reducing approaches as we resettle children and young people back into the school environment and will include practical strategies for student and staff wellbeing. The strategies covered will use evidence-based research from psychology and neuroscience and, although often deceptively simple, can be enormously powerful in their impact.

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Speaker

Ian Hunkin

Ian Hunkin works as the Director of The Sigma Teaching School which is a part of Delta Education Trust. Ian has previously worked as a Headteacher, Director of Multi-Agency Services, Educational Psychologist and Teacher. Ian is also the author of some free online training provided by Delta Education Trust designed to help school staff to understand and support children and young people who have experienced trauma.

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