When children experience social and emotional difficulties, they may become withdrawn or isolated and may display challenging, disruptive or disturbing behaviour. Children with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties will often feel anxious, scared and misunderstood.
Personal Development and Behaviour and Attitudes are two of the four key judgements of the new Ofsted framework, in which schools are required to provide evidence which demonstrates effective practice and the impact of improvement strategies and shows their children are able to learn.
Our SEMH Support Team is experienced and skilled in working with schools to meet the needs of disadvantaged and at risk pupils and achieve Ofsted outcomes.
We are delighted to be able to bring you this event on understanding ACEs virtually with our expert keynote speaker, Suzanne Zeedyk.
Passive Intervention and Prevention Strategies