Ahead of the launch of next year's implementation of Early Careers Framework, ECTSW have established a successful programme of RQT hubs for teachers in early stages of their teaching career. ECTSW aims to support RQTs in the further development of their teaching practice and retain the very best practitioners within our profession. This course has been specifically designed to support both new RQTs who have experienced disruption in their NQT year due to COVID-19 and more experienced RQTs looking to take the next steps in their career.
Hub workshop 1 : Professional behaviours
Hub workshop 2 : Ensuring good progress
Hub workshop 3 : Meeting pupil's needs
Hub workshop 4 : Behaviour for learning
Attachment Informed Practice Training
What exactly is Attachment Theory? What does a child with strong attachment look like? What are the consequences for school staff who support children with weak attachments and where their relationships with key adults have been fractured?
This important training will be split into 3 sessions:
Session One : The Theory of Attachment – to understand the theoretical origins of attachment theory and to briefly introduce the four main attachment styles
Session Two: The Impact of Adversity on Attachment – to highlight the importance of early relationships and brain development
Session Three: Attachment in Schools – to consider the relevance of attachment theory on children’s learning, behaviour and relationships in school and to consider the importance of a secure base and how this is achieved within your organisation.
The training via Zoom is delivered by experienced staff from The Mulberry Bush School in Oxfordshire, an Outstanding Special School and Children’s home providing specialist therapeutic care, treatment and education for traumatised children aged 5-13 and their families from across England and Wales. It is designed for anyone working with children, young people and their parents/carers.
The training itself will be delivered in two hour slots, every two weeks between 13:00-15:00 and the dates are:
Session One : Tuesday 15 September 2020
Session Two: Tuesday 29 September 2020
Session Three: Tuesday 13 October 2020
Cost £85 for SWALSS members and £100 for non-members (for all 3 sessions in total)