The session is intended as a starting point for promoting the benefits of building positive relationships quickly. Sign-posting to further courses and organisations is provided. This workshop gives valuable insights on the following.
- Dealing with ‘attention seeking’
- Minimising low-level disruption
- Self-regulation and well-being
- Getting stuff out. Putting stuff away and other routines.
“My experience as a music teacher in an SEMH school and in mainstream primary and secondary schools for over 15 years has taught me the importance of building relationships in managing classroom behaviour. The purpose of this session purpose is to help build self-awareness, self-regulation and well-being in supporting relational practice in the performing arts classroom.
I do hope you will join us and consider the exciting possibilities we have in helping children and young people to be the best versions of themselves.”
Facilitator: Louisa Roberts
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