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  • Behaviour Management in the Classroom

    This course will be of benefit to teaching assistants working within a school who want to develop their skills in behaviour management and become more confident in their classroom practice. This course is only suitable for people who are supporting children in a school. You will learn how children’s behaviour can be managed through positive approaches, the principles of using rewards and sanctions as tools for behaviour management and some of the causes of inappropriate behaviour in school.

    Full Fee: £55.00
    60+ Fee: £41.00
    Concessionary Fee: £28.00

  • Introduction to Phonics

    This single session will provide teaching assistants (either in a paid or voluntary capacity), the opportunity to increase their subject knowledge and explore the language used in the teaching of phonics. We will also consider a range of approaches that will help you to feel more confident in supporting children to confidently and successfully use phonics.

    Full Fee: £39.00
    60+ Fee: £29.00
    Concessionary Fee: £20.00

  • Introduction To Supporting Dyslexia

    This course will be of benefit to teaching assistants working within a school and interested in learning about supporting children with dyslexia. You will learn some of the signs that may indicate dyslexic tendencies, and strategies to help you to support children with dyslexia. You will also consider the importance of viewing dyslexia as a difference and not a disability. This course is only suitable for those supporting children in school.

    Full Fee: £55.00
    60+ Fee: £41.00
    Concessionary Fee: £28.00
    IAG required

  • Supporting ADHD in the Classroom

    This essential part of the toolkit for school support staff is aimed at those working alongside pupils living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and will focus on developing management strategies as well as providing a deeper appreciation of ADHD. This course is only suitable for people whose work involves supporting children in a school.

    Full Fee: £49.00
    60+ Fee: £37.00
    Concessionary Fee: £25.00

  • Supporting Autism in the Classroom

    This essential part of the toolkit for school support staff is targeted at those working alongside pupils living with autism. The course will provide a greater awareness of autism, plus participants will work to devise strategies for providing meaningful support. This course is only suitable for people whose work involves supporting children in a school.

    Full Fee: £49.00
    60+ Fee: £37.00
    Concessionary Fee: £25.00

  • Supporting English at Key Stage 2

    This non-accredited course looks at the key skills in English that are required to be able to provide effective support to children at Key Stage 2 (KS2). It is suitable for teaching assistants already working with children in Junior settings and for those who are working in Infant settings but would like to work with older children. We particularly welcome candidates who feel that their own lack of confidence in English impacts on the support they can provide to children in KS2.

    Full Fee: £59.00
    60+ Fee: £44.00
    Concessionary Fee: £30.00

  • The Sex Factor – How Gender Impacts On Learning Support

    There is very little difference in what boys and girls can learn, but there is emerging evidence that there are differences in how they learn. This non-accredited course is suitable for teaching assistants currently supporting teaching and learning in Key Stages 1 and 2 and will look at the perceived difference between boys’ and girls’ attitudes to learning and how this may impact on the support you provide. This course is only suitable for people whose work involves supporting children in a school, and is back after proving to be a sell-out success last year!

    Full Fee: £49.00
    60+ Fee: £37.00
    Concessionary Fee: £25.00

  • Understanding Mental Health in Young People

    This course will be of benefit to anyone working within a school who has experience of working with children and young people and who would like to extend their knowledge of mental health. This course is only suitable for people whose work involves supporting children in a school. You will become aware of the psychological and emotional needs of children and young people who might be experiencing mental and emotional distress. This training focuses on promoting young people’s emotional wellbeing, and the factors that help to safeguard them.

    Full Fee: £39.00
    60+ Fee: £29.00
    Concessionary Fee: £20.00

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