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Going the Extra Mile Conference

When:
April 26, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
2018-04-26T09:00:00+01:00
2018-04-26T15:30:00+01:00
Where:
The Langdale Centre
Langdale Gardens
Wallsend NE28 0HG
UK
Contact:
Susan Hackett
0191 643 8221

AIMED AT:  The event is suitable for all schools and across the age range. School leaders who may wish to attend include Head teachers, DHT, AHT, SLT, Behaviour /Nurture Leads, Pupil Premium Leads, Subject Leads, SENCOs and Governors, early years leaders, key stage leaders, year group leaders, and pastoral leaders

COST:
NT Delegates Level 1 SLA £145
NT delegates level 2 SLA £105
External Delegates level 2 SLA £105
External Delegates non SLA £200
Cost for 2 places for SLA level 2 schools internal/external £180
Cost for 2 places for SLA level 1 schools £260

DESCRIPTION: This conference has at its heart, the difference that schools can make to children’s lives by going the extra mile
to understand what the world might look like from their viewpoint and to support them to be ready to learn.

NTEYSIS are delighted to be holding the first 'Going the Extra Mile' conference this April.
We have a huge selection of workshops for you to 'choose your route' to an emotionally and happy school.

This conference has at its heart, the difference that schools can make to children’s lives by going the extra mile

to understand what the world might look like from their viewpoint and to support them to be ready to learn. Building self-belief and self-regulation is vital if pupils are to thrive both in school and in their communities, not just survive. The conference is a unique opportunity to access a wide range of North Tyneside LA expertise, practical advice and share best practice from local schools.

One of North Tyneside council’s key pledges is to work with partners to keep children in school. This event enables school leaders to access workshops which develop understanding of more complex SEMH issues, to consider an engaging and active curriculum and to offer a range of strategies to support pupils to fulfil their potential. The wide range of workshops enables schools to build their own programme to focus on their priorities; from early years to Pupil Premium, from the curriculum to resilience, from behaviour to transition…. Each delegate can choose 4 workshops to suit their own priorities.

Who is it for?

The event is suitable for all schools and across the age range. School leaders who may wish to attend include Head teachers, DHT, AHT, SLT, Behaviour /Nurture Leads, Pupil Premium Leads, Subject Leads, SENCOs and Governors, early years leaders, key stage leaders, year group leaders, and pastoral leaders.

Workshops suitable for cross phase

Best Practice CAMHS Referrals

Brain development linked to ASD & ADHD

SEMH for staff and building staff resilience

Understanding behaviour - could it be developmental language disorder?

Mindfulness

Supporting EAL pupils with social and emotional needs

Using team building activities to develop confidence and self-esteem
Totally transition at Key Stages 2 and 3
Promoting an inclusive environment and tackling prejudice
Working with Multi-agencies & supporting families

ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences)

 Early Years Workshops

  • Outdoor learning
  • Getting wellbeing off to a strong start in Early Years
  • Understanding emotional development and managing behaviour

 Primary Workshops

  • Closing Gaps with Pupil Premium
  • How can we reduce social isolation by raising self-awareness and self-esteem?
  • A broad and balanced curriculum & lesson design
  • Raising the profile of SEMH through music
  • Common behaviour issues that pop up in schools and 10 things school could try tomorrow

Secondary Workshops

  • Restorative Practices
  • De-escalation
  • Drug & Alcohol Pathways
  • Addressing Literacy Difficulties and Preventing Disengagement
  • SEMH Good Practice
  • GuideVisible expectations, visible kindness

North Tyneside Facilitators

  • CAMHS
  • NT Dyslexia Team
  • NT Educational Psychologists
  • ESL Team
  • NT Language and
  • Communication Team
  • Locality Team
  • Parks Education
  • RHELAC

School contributors:

SECONDARY: Churchill Community College  and Marden High School

PRIMARY: Denbigh Primary, Monkhouse Primary, Redesdale Primary and Richardson Dees Primary

SPECIALIST PROVISION: North Tyneside Student Support Centre (aka Moorbridge), Silverdale Outreach Behaviour Team and Silverdale ARPP

North Tyneside Early Years and School Improvement Service: SIA PE, Sport and Health, SIA Health and Wellbeing, SIA Primary Assessment, SIA Primary, SIA Music, SIA Behaviour, SIO Primary, SIA Early Years, SIO Early Years

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