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Behind the Behaviour

TRAINING/EVENTS

Emotionally Based School Non-attendance Awareness, Prevention and Intervention

27th March 2024 | 12:30 - 15:30 | online | 3 Hours | Virtual via Teams

Course description

This training aims to raise awareness of Emotionally Based School Non-attendance (EBSNA). The session will explore contributing and risk factors, develop knowledge of EBSNA behaviours, and in part two, focus on preventative measures along with support and intervention strategies.


Part 1: Developing awareness.

  • What is Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA)?
  • EBSA in Manchester (Understanding our local context)
  • Understanding EBSA (Knowledge and psychology of EBSA) 

 

Part 2: Prevention and intervention

  • The importance of taking a multi-agency approach to supporting and preventing EBSA
  • What works? (Evidence-based research, case-studies, resources and strategies)
  • Case Study (example of good practice)
  • Exploring the Healthy Schools Resources


All courses are FREE of charge to schools and organisations within the Manchester City Council boundary, however a £25 non-attendance fee will be applied if you are unable to attend and less than 24 hours notice is provided (alternative staff may attend in your place).


For schools/organisations outside of Manchester, the following fees will apply:


£50 for full day courses, £30 for half day courses.

participants

Primary

Secondary

Special

Anyone who works directly with children, young people and their families. These courses are particularly suitable for teaching and support staff, school health advisors/nurses, family support workers, youth service providers, social workers, residential support workers, etc.

MEET YOUR TRAINER

Emma Pilling

Emma has worked within a range of education settings for over 10 years and has a strong background teaching in Specialist and SEMH provisions across Primary, Secondary and Post-16. Emma has held a number of roles within her teaching career which includes; Teacher, Key Stage 2 Lead, Literacy Co-ordinator, PE Co-ordinator, Relational Practice Co-ordinator, Behaviour and Inclusion Lead and Wellbeing Curriculum Lead. Emma is a qualified Emotional Coach Practitioner, Mental Health First Aider and recently gained a SEND Diploma. Emma is extremely passionate about using her skills, knowledge and experience to contribute to supporting all Manchester Schools with their whole-school approach to supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing. Outside of work, Emma plays football, likes to attend the gym and her favourite thing of all is spending time with her little boy.


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