Please find details of our upcoming and past webinars for schools below. Our school webinars series cover a wide range of subjects including NTP and Catch-Up premium tuition, special needs, mental health, online learning and safely staffing your school.
We hope these webinars will provide school leaders, SENDCOs and classroom teachers with the opportunity to discover fresh perspectives and share ideas with fellow practitioners. The webinars are fully interactive and delivered by a range of specialists including head teachers, SEND specialists and our own staff. They provide an excellent entry point to learn more about contemporary challenges facing schools and how Protocol Education can help you deploy practical solutions to meet them.
Presenter: Lorraine Petersen
Lorraine Petersen has 25 years’ experience in mainstream school environments as a teacher and Head Teacher. Nearly 10 years as CEO of Nasen, a charitable organisation supporting all those who work with children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. Lorraine worked on a number of projects with various agencies including the • Department for Education, • the National College of Teaching and Leadership • 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.
There are no upcoming webinars at the moment. Take a look at our on-demand content below.
How to View Past Webinars
Can’t make the date? No problem. Shortly after the webinar finishes the video will be available on-demand. Just click on the webinar you are interested in and the video will be there to watch.
Mindfulness for Wellbeing
Presenter: Ruth Bell
Thursday, 4 February at 16:30
Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma
Monday, 1 February at 12:00
SENCO Survival Guide
Wednesday, 27 January at 12:00
An introduction to Stress and Anxiety in young people
Tuesday, 26 January at 12:00
Supporting children and young people with an Education, Health and Care Plan during the lockdown
Monday, 25 January at 12:00
Supporting staff mental health during lock-down
Thursday, 21 January at 12:00
Supporting children and young people identified as SEN Support during the lockdown
Tuesday, 19 January at 12:00
Working with parents to support child mental health issues at home
Thursday, 14 January at 12:00