Recognise the most common mental health issues for young children and adolescents and explore responses, including play based strategies and whole school approaches.
Managing pupil behaviour can often feel like the biggest challenge for those working in education, regardless of whether they are new to the classroom or have many years of experience.
Studies have repeatedly shown that the quality of teaching is one the single biggest determinant of pupil progress and attainment.
The proportion of pupils with special educational needs has continued to grow in recent years in the UK.
Going into the classroom marks an exciting time ahead, but you may also feel apprehension. Knowing where to turn for help and advice before you start will enable you to thrive, not just survive.
Week three training and events for Health and Safety Month 2020, 16-20 November
NEU Health and Safety Month was to empower members, reps and officers with skills and knowledge to ensure schools and colleges are as safe as they can be, during the pandemic and beyond.
NEU has partnered with NASEN (National Association for Special Educational Needs) to produce a series of webinars looking at small group interventions.
Accessing professional development is an important part of being an educational professional.
Introductory webcast of 4 by NEU/NASEN (National Association for Special Educational Needs) in a series of webinars looking at small group interventions.
This 90-minute webinar will look at elements of psychological resilience and how you can find your confidence through key resilience attributes as identified in significant global research.
This one-hour webinar will focus on the Impact of lock down period on mental health and likely issues for return to school.
The Covid19 lockdown will have unique psychological impacts on children and young people as they deal with disrupted routines, loss of personal agency and disconnection from family, friends and favourite activities.