"I can’t stress how important this is to consider as you prepare the return to school.

Rich Lewis (Principal Peak Academy & Associate Director at The White Horse Federation)

This Inset Program will provide the opportunity for the whole school staff to

  • Refocus on the school vision and values following the pandemic.

  • Understand the Neuroscience and Psychology behind the impact of Covid 19 Lockdown.

  • Strengthen relationships within the staff team

  • Be empowered with practical plans and strategies to support pupils for a successful return.

We've seen the phrases "unprecedented times" and "uncharted territory" used so many times during the last 5 months, that they've started to lose their meaning.  However, we do face an unknown challenge successfully navigating our schools' return.  Children and their families have been isolated like never before for a prolonged duration, which research suggest will result in a wide range of issues across a school community, e.g. levels of learning, ability to focus and adhere to school expectations, dealing with loss as well as the impact prolonged stress and uncertainty have had on the mental wellbeing of staff and pupils.

 

We can't push a reset button, but we can ensure our staff are ready to face the upcoming challenges.  Sign up to an inset day which will empower and equip staff, lift morale and strengthen teams.  The mental health of staff and pupils must be addressed in order for your school to not only recover post-lockdown, but flourish.

Start the year by binding staff together with a shared purpose, giving opportunity to discuss, prepare and have skills refreshed so that they are ready to support and manage the many pupils who may be struggling with a range of issues following lockdown.  Staff teams will be able to use this session as an opportunity to plan and prepare for a successful year.

Through the development of a combined and shared purpose, an understanding of the Neuroscience and Psychology of learning along with Practical Strategies & Tools, staff will be equipped to support each other and pupils.  The session includes valuable resources to support the leadership team, class teams and pupils with a variety of difficulties.  School leaders will also benefit from resources created by education leaders in the UK and valuable feedback from their staff teams.


We (Rich Berry and Eloise Grobbelaar) are experienced educators and trainers with a focus on developing staff to understand and proactively support children, instead of simply reacting to behaviours and incidents.  We believe that staff who feel supported and equipped are best able to in return also support and equip their pupils.

Scroll down to see the feedback from other school leaders.  We have trained nearly 450 staff, from 27 schools and have received an astounding 97% positive feedback - because we are focusing on what matters RIGHT NOW.


Total cost:
Up to 30 members of staff - £750
30+ members of staff - £999


To book or find out more information

Rich Berry

Education Consultant and former Head Teacher with 32 years experience in schools. He specialises in SEMH, school leadership & developing teams. Rich is a Clinical Supervisor, Mental Health First Aid Trainer; Team Teach Trainer, Trauma Informed Practitioner, SIP & Coach & Education Lead for the Bristol Bears.

Eloise Grobbelaar

Positive behaviour specialist & former teacher with 20 years experience working within SEN, Autism and challenging behaviour. Eloise is the director of Growth and Grit, a Certified Parent Educator, Team Teach Trainer, Relax Kids Coach with a Post-graduate Certificate in Autism.

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