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Taking Trauma-Informed Approaches

  • 9th October 2024 & 5th March 2025
  • 4pm - 5.15pm
  • Online (Zoom)

We’ve teamed up with Diverse Educators to deliver a two-part course on Trauma informed practices and approaches.

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Working with Diverse Educators, who provide support, training and resources around Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in education, this 2 part course will support you in:

  • Developing an awareness of trauma responses
  • Becoming conscious of the factors that cause trauma
  • Expanding our understanding of how trauma relates to DEI
  • Reflecting on the impact that prejudice and discrimination can have on an individual
  • Discussing how we respond to behaviours impacted by trauma as individuals and institutions
  • Exploring trauma-informed principles and practices

To get the most out of the course, you will need to attend both sessions. Each session will allow time at the end for a Q&A.

Part 1: 9 October 2024

Part 2: 5 March 2025

Speaker Info: Amy Sayer

Amy Sayer is an associate, consultant, mental health trainer and content writer.  She is a Leading Diversity advisor for the Chartered College of Teaching. She is the author of the book ‘Supporting staff mental health in your school’.



  • Technology: Zoom (& TBC)
  • Captioning: AI-Generated
  • Breakout rooms: Yes

If you would like to request presentation slides, questions and provocations in advance of the session, please get in touch with Speakers may decline sharing this information on the basis of protecting their intellectual property or for other reasons and we cannot therefore guarantee availability for all events.

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This event is free for Music Mark Members.

Non-Member Ticket: £25(+VAT)

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About the Provider

Diverse Educators

Diverse Educators has moved from being a grassroots network to Diverse Educators Ltd. We have evolved into a training company due to the demands of our community. We are committed to moving the agenda forwards regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in our school system. We work with state schools, independent schools and international schools to support them with their DEI strategy and their DEI training needs.

Music Mark

We are a membership organisation, Subject Association, and an Arts Council England Investment Principles Support Organisation (IPSO) advocating for excellent musical learning in and out of school.