Current News, Training & Events

 

 

Training Courses

All ages
Recently Qualified TeachersTeaching Safeguarding Lessons: Exploitation, CSE and PreventWednesday 19th October 20161.15-4pmTime to Change ResourcesFriday 14th October1.45 – 3pm

St Lawrence Academy, Scunthorpe.

Anti-Bullying Network:

Supporting electronic resources

Thursday 13th October 2016

4.15pm – 5.30pm

Primary

PSHE Primary Working Group

Preparing to teach about mental health and emotional wellbeing.

Monday 10th October

1.30-4pm

PSHE Network Meeting

Tuesday 29th November

4.15-5.30 pm

Nurturing Leads Network

Emotional Literacy Programmes

Thursday 20th October 2016

1.30pm – 3.30pm

@ Althorpe and Keadby Primary School

Secondary/ College
Sex and Relationships Update

for Secondary Schools and Colleges

Wednesday 2nd November

1.30am – 4.00pm

Events this term

Anti-bullying Week 14th-18th Nov

 

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The theme this year is ‘Power for Good’ with the following key aims:

  • To support children and young people to use their Power for Good – by understanding the ways in which they are powerful  and encouraging individual and collective action to stop bullying and create the best world possible.
  • To help parents and carers to use their Power for Good – through supporting children with issues relating to bullying and working together with schools to stop bullying.
  • To encourage all teachers, school support staff and youth workers to use their Power for Good – by valuing the difference they can make in a child’s life, and taking individual and collective action to prevent bullying and create safe environments where children can thrive.

 

How can you get involved in Anti-Bullying Week 2016?

Visit the ABA shop and order Power for Good wristbands, posters and stickers

http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/

Newsletter
See the emotional health and wellbeing newsletter for further events and information.

Current News

Sexting in schools and colleges:
responding to incidents and safeguarding young people

 

The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) Education Group has published non-statutory advice for schools and colleges on responding to incidents of sexting. This includes responding to disclosures; handling devices and imagery; risk assessing situations; involving other agencies; information about preventative education; working with parents; reporting imagery to providers.https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/551575/6.2439_KG_NCA_Sexting_in_Schools_WEB__1_.PDF  
The truth about self-harm:
for young people and their friends and families
Mental Health Foundation, February 2016

 

The MHF has published ‘The truth about self-harm: for young people and their friends and families’. This information booklet aims to help people understand more about self-harm in young people and what to do if they are worried about themselves or someone else. It explains what self-harm is, what to do if you or someone you know is self-harming, and how to get help.https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/truth-about-self-harm
The Good Childhood Report 2016

 

The Children’s Society wants more SEMH support in schoolsbased on the findings from The Good Childhood report.This year’s findings:

  • There is a growing gap in happiness between girls and boys.
  • Girls are less happy than they used to be, we have seen more 10 to 15 year old girls unhappy with their lives over a five year period.
  • Children’s direct experiences affect their well-being more than factors further removed from them

http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/research/the-good-childhood-report

Extremism and Radicalisation lessons KS4

 

Schools can build pupils’ resilience to extremism and radicalisation by supporting inclusion and a sense of belonging in the community and by providing a safe environment for debating emotive issues. As part of this whole school approach, PSHE education lessons can develop knowledge and understanding of the factors that lead to extremism, and skills such as critically evaluating the media and the messages of charismatic speakers and groups, as well as developing attributes such as resilience, empathy and respect for others. These lessons are not designed to be taught in isolation, but should always form part of a planned, developmental PSHE education programme.Each lesson plan is accompanied by a PowerPoint and relevant resources

https://www.pshe-association.org.uk/curriculum-and-resources/resources/addressing-extremism-and-radicalisation-lesson

 

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