Protocol Education is holding a series of three webinars delivered by Lorraine Petersen OBE an educational consultant specialising in mental health:
Recovery and Catch up Curriculum - Tue 29th Sept – 12.00 noon
In this session, Lorraine will be discussing what we mean by recovers and what this looks like in the classroom as well as Catch-up and how we approach this. Lorraine will also investigate just what is directing schools on the approach to take. Catch-up funding and how we approach this to best support our pupils and looking ahead.
Catch up – Effective Solutions for schools Fri 2nd Oct – 12.00 noon
In this session, Lorraine will be speaking with Head Teachers and designated school leads for Catch-up, on just how schools can make the most of this funding. She will explore how we approach this to best support our pupils and will also be looking ahead to what teaching and learning may look like in the future.
Blended Teaching & Learning – SEND in the mainstream Tue 6th Oct – 12.00 noon
In this session, Lorraine will offer some advice and guidance on how best to support children and young people with SEND and the blended learning approach. She will look at what we mean by blended learning, the benefits and challenges, why it has been so successful for some pupils as well as the technology available and how this enhances how we work with Parent Carers. Join us to further look at insights into what blended teaching and learning may look like in the future.
Loraine Petersen OBE
Lorraine has 25 years’ experience in the mainstream school environment as a teacher and Head Teacher. From 2004 – 2013 Lorraine was CEO of Nasen, a charitable organisation supporting all those who work with children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. As a result,
Lorraine has many years’ experience of working with pupils with an array of special and additional needs and the teachers, SENCOs and support staff that work with them.
During her time as CEO of Nasen, Lorraine worked on a number of projects with various agencies including the Department for Education, the National College of Teaching and Leadership (formally the Teaching Agency) and UKTI. She has been a chair, keynote speaker and workshop facilitator at many national and international events and conferences as well as a consultant for a number of national organisations.