Friday 9 March 2018
1.15 – 4.00pm
The Helen Arkell Centre, Frensham
Delivered by Fintan O'Regan
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Within SEN Code of Practice Behaviour Emotional and Social Difficulties (BESD) has been replaced by a new term Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH). This is with a view of considering the behaviour “message” of underlying and unmet issues.
Also the new Ofsted framework requires schools to provide evidence to demonstrate effective practice and the impact of improvement strategies with regards to behaviour issues. The content of the course will include:
Evidence of change
- Up skilling of staff in terms of the key changes in the SEN code of Practice and demystifying SEMH in practical terms.
- Introducing the SF3R model of management
- Structure, Flexibility, Rapport, Relationships and Role Models will be outlined as a proactive management model for the issues within the SEMH spectrum.
- Structure and flexibility
- A range of approaches in terms of setting boundaries while adapting to the specific needs of children and young persons with Social, Emotional and Mental Health problems.
- Building rapport and relationships and developing role models
- Techniques for developing effective rapport with disaffected children and young people will be outlined as well as developing effective communication with parents and carers
- Working with other agencies
- Within the context of the “village raising the child” consideration of how and when to involve and access other professionals to support specific individuals and specific situations.