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We run regular professional development opportunities for practitioners working with families across the early years, health and social sectors. These range from national scale conferences to small scale short courses, seminars and bespoke training for other providers, local authorities and governments.

Our Approach
Experiential learning is the process of learning through your own experience. By facilitating this reflective approach to learning, participants will have the opportunity to consider their own values and
beliefs in relation to their practice, children and families, and their colleagues and leadership.

 

* Please note that there is a minimum number of delegates needed for each course to run. If there is not enough delegates to run a course at any given time, the course will be rescheduled or cancelled.

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Free Conference – Understanding Children’s Experience of Change and Transition

Pen Green Conference

Understanding Children’s Experience of Change and Transition – A free one day conference for early years practitioners and teachers

Keynote by Anne O’Connor on Understanding Children’s Experience of Change and Transition.  This will include vertical and horizontal transitions experienced by young children; with a focus on physical and motor readiness for school from Anna Daly.

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Reconnect Northamptonshire – Free Attachment Awareness Training for Schools

To support schools in raising the life-chances of all pupils, a group of six Northamptonshire Teaching Schools, in collaborative with Virtual Schools, are rolling out a training programme. Our aim is to create Reconnect Attachment Aware School Leaders who can cascade vital information to all staff. Funded by Virtual Schools and written by Specialist Leaders, social workers, early years and behaviour specialists, under the guidance of a clinical psychologist, these materials explore strategies to fully engage children and young people with trauma difficulties.

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