Time & Location
About The Event
There is a population of pupils in schools who seem unable to access learning and the social life within the school. They do not engage and achieve, nor develop with confidence and enthusiasm. These children and young people are often reactive, impulsive and frequently in a highly aroused state; they are vigilant for danger and possible vulnerability. Increasingly, educators are becoming aware that many such children and young people have issues relating to insecure attachment to primary carers, and often have complex trauma histories.
This workshop, which link theory to relevant, down-to-earth practice, aims to demystify attachment and trauma, raising awareness of the needs of children and young people who have experienced early adversity, and also to discuss practical interventions.
What is attachment and why does it matter?
The life-long impact of secure attachment
The Impact of developmental, relational trauma
The developmental impact of trauma and loss on children, who are most often traumatised in the context of relationships.
Attachment and trauma sensitive educational environments
Creating educational environments that are sensitive to the needs of vulnerable pupils.
To book please visit: www.wroxhamtla.org.uk
Session cost: £120 per person
Free for DSPL 6 member schools