Behaviour Conference - Being Good
Thursday 21st November 2019 | Sandy Park, Exeter | 09:00 - 15:45
Being good isn’t just about right and wrong, following the rules or doing what we are told. It is about the whole person, their sense of self, feeling safe, intrinsic motivation, positive relationships and more.
This conference will explore the link between wellbeing and outcomes for children. The key note speakers Sue Roffey and Sue Cowley will draw on their experience of promoting social and emotional learning, behaviour management and creative teaching and learning. Supporting workshops will bring a host of fresh ideas for you to consider and take back to your schools and settings.
The focus for the day will be on how we can create environments in which all of our children can thrive, achieve and fl ourish, making the most of thelearning opportunities available to them.
Key reasons to attend:
- Explore a range of practical approaches and interventions through a range of keynote presentations and workshops
- Learn how to support some of the most vulnerable children in our care
- Focus on creating a thriving environment for learning
- Hear from expert keynote speakers Sue Roffey and Sue Cowley
Who Should Attend?
Primary, Secondary and Special Schools: Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Educational Psychologists, Teachers, Pastoral Leaders, SENCOs, HLTAs and Teaching Assistants
About Dr Sue Roffey
With experience as a teacher, educational psychologist and researcher, Dr Sue Roffey is currently an honorary associate professor at Exeter and Western Sydney Universities and Director of Growing Great Schools Worldwide. She works both in the UK and overseas as an educational consultant and speaker. Sue is a prolific author having written numerous books, chapters and articles on behaviour, relationships, social and emotional learning and school belonging, She has also produced the Wellbeing Stories for 8-11 year olds. For more information see www.growinggreatschoolsworldwide.com and www.wellbeingstories.com
About Sue Cowley
Sue Cowley is a writer, Teacher, presenter and author of 30 books about education. Her international bestseller Getting the Buggers to Behave has been translated into ten languages and is a set text at many universities. Her best selling guide for NQTs How to Survive your First Year in Teaching has been in print for 20 years. Sue has written articles and columns for numerous education publications, including the TES, Teach Primary, Early Years Educator and Nursery World. She works internationally as a Teacher trainer and she has helped to run her local preschool for the last ten years.
About Dr Val Brooks
Val has worked as a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist in a number of roles including as the specialist for children with complex communication difficulties in mainstream education. Val joined Psychology Associates in 2018 and previously worked for the Devon Youth Offending Service for 8 years, assessing the communication skills of children and young people presenting with a wide variety of attachment, behavioural and mental health presentations. Val was a member of the expert panel advising The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists on their response to the Government’s Green paper on mental health in schools.
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This conference was inspiring and so on point and relevant to schools dealing with current emotions and behaviour.
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