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Enhancing student wellbeing through developing resilience and brain focused strategies for learning Secondary (Cancelled)

Reason for cancellation
Microsoft Teams Meeting, ...
Course Tutors
Lisa Caine
Admin Contact
SPAR Business Support (
Target Audience
Secondary Schools Teaching staff / Special Schools Teaching Staff
target audience
Course Types
Course categories
SEN / Secondary Schools
Course description

During this course you will have the opportunity to develop your understanding of resilience. With a greater knowledge of the 7 Cs of resiliency and brain focused strategies for learning you will be better able to enhance the wellbeing of pupils and extend your use of strategies linked to Growth Mindset, collaborative problem solving and PACE/emotion coaching.

Please note there are two sessions, the second session is 6th December. It's mandatory to attend both sessions. 

Katherine Mahony will be leading the sessions. 

Training objectives

• Using the latest resilience research, explore the tools that can best build up student’s resilience
• The essence of adolescence and wellbeing
• Growth Mindsets and strengths based approaches
• Use of collaborative problem solving and emotion coaching approaches to develop individual support plans
• Share some resilience assessment tools

Learning outcomes

Have a better understanding of:

• the seven well established pillars of resilience
• why these are important in building a pupil’s resilience
• using collaborative problem solving and emotion coaching approaches to support pupils
• practical strategies to use
• the use of resilience assessment tools

Additional Information

Please be aware that by making this booking and agreeing to the terms and conditions, you are confirming you have your managers authorisation to attend this training and are aware of the cancellation/non-attendance charges that apply.

Start Date
Monday 22 November 2021
End Date
Monday 6 December 2021
Closing Date
Sunday 21 November 2021
15:45 - 16:45
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