This Attachment and Trauma training programme provides schools with the training and tools they need to be attachment and trauma aware so they can create a positive learning environment. Led by experienced attachment and trauma specialists, the course includes practical strategies to help staff better understand and support vulnerable children impacted by trauma and unmet attachment needs.
Our whole school Attachment and Trauma course can help improve attendance and reduce exclusions, while boosting academic engagement and enabling children to achieve their full potential. Teachers and other staff will be more confident in addressing and dealing with attachment and trauma-related issues in education, improving relationships across the school community.
Delivered via two face-to-face sessions or a series of virtual webinars, this comprehensive training programme can be tailored to meet your school’s individual needs and budget. A follow-up planning meeting for the senior management team will also be arranged and all staff will be given access to online courses to back up the in-person sessions.
Trainers for this programme include:Sheila Mulvenney – ex Virtual School Head and author of ‘Barriers to Learning’, Alun Rees - ex Virtual School Head and Policy Advisor to NAVSH as well as author of the Virtual School Handbook, and Andrew Russell – ex Virtual School Head of various London Virtual School