This course will provide resources and tools for self-analysis, policy and action planning, data analysis and the prevention, response and intervention required to reduce incidents of bullying school wide.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Understand the lasting impact of Bullying on Young People
- Effective strategies & tools to prevent & respond to bullying behaviours
- Develop practice through networking with other schools
- Take away templates for self-analysis, policy and action planning
- Examine the roles of all stakeholders
|COURSE DATE||London, Friday 23 June 2017|
|WHO FOR?||Leadership teams
|COURSE CODE||CODE 6736|
|IN-SCHOOL||You can also book this as an In-School Course|
10.00am – 10.15am: Creating a whole-school positive climate for learning
- Setting expectations and aims
- What are we currently doing to combat bullying?
10.15am - 11.15am: The lasting impact of bullying on young people
- Examining the latest background and research
- Exploring how current research is being used in innovative practice
11.15am -11.30am: Break
11.30am - 12.30pm: Prevention & Intervention: a whole school ethos
- Key strategies and systems to support reduction in bullying incidents
- Developing a preventative and sustainable strategic approach
- Successful outcomes: measuring and evidencing impact
12.30pm - 1.15pm: Lunch
1.15pm - 2.00pm: Ensuring the wellbeing & achievement of vulnerable students
- Exploring case studies & pioneering effective practice
2.00pm - 3.00pm: Tools to prevent, reduce and build resilience to bullying
- Sustainability: tools and strategies to further develop whole school ethos
- New and innovative practical resources, tools and strategies
3.00pm – 3.30pm: Action planning & final top tips
Hannah Hall works as a consultant for several secondary schools and AP centres in the West Midlands, specialising in teaching & learning, positive behaviours and coaching. As an authority on positive behaviour approaches, she is a Lead Anti-Bullying Coach for the Anti-Bullying Alliance, and has worked with many schools in this context both on a regional and national basis.
She has also held a number of senior roles within schools and local authorities; these have included Assistant Head Teacher, Director of Inclusion, SENCO, Behaviour and Attendance Consultant and lead practitioner for SEAL. She has also worked at both strategic and operational levels in partnership with pupils, parents, school leads, teachers and teaching assistants and other Educational, Health and Care professionals.