Many children, despite their best efforts, find it difficult to engagewith learning. This can affecttheir behaviour or their desire to go to school and will increasingly affect their attainment. Theimpact, both on schools and parents, is often considerable.
Dissolving Barriers to Learning is a new resource for schools and parents who need to createcoping strategies for children experiencing difficulties at school.
The one-day workshop brings a systemic approachwhich builds a clear and concisemap of thechilds situation in its wider context.
BenefitsA new shared picture of the fuller situation of the issues that are affecting the childsengagement with learning
Fresh ideas on how to develop strategies for progress
The process has been developed as part of the Department for Children, Schools and FamiliesNext Practice initiative.
Parents, head teachers, teachers, support staff and other professionals may bring an issue onbehalf of a child. The child does not usually attend, although older pupils (16+) may sometimesattend in person. Parents and school may come together. Other participants may attend whowish to experience and learn from the approach.
The workshop is facilitated by Judith Hemming who has taught in primary, secondary andteacher training settings. Judith is a UKCP registered counselor and psychotherapist who is aleading practitioner, teacher and pioneer of systemic approach in the UK and internationally.
To book a placeTo bring an issue: 130 + VAT (parents/carers and teachers etc count as one the fee is oftenshared between the school and the parents/carers).
To attend, experience themethod and perhaps take part in themapping of an issue:55 + VAT
To discuss or book a place contact Jane James on 077 34 05 49 34 or email her email@example.com. For further information about ecl please visit our websitewww.nowhere-ecl.org
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Dissolving Barriersto LearningHelping resolve childrens learning and behaviourial issues
BathWednesday 20th October 2010: 09.30 - 16.30