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Our Client Webinars

About over 1 year ago By Scott

Client Webinars

​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.

Upcoming Webinars

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.

Past Webinars

SENCO

Transition from KS2 to KS3

Tuesday, 4 May at 12:00

Watch On-Demand

SEND

Assessing the ''gaps'' for students with SEND

Thursday, 29 April at 12:00

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SENCO

Transition through primary school

Wednesday, 28 April at 12:30

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SENCO

Transition into EYFS. Overview, expectations, concerns and considerations

Wednesday, 21 April at 12:30

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SEND

Challenging Behaviour and De-escalation techniques (Low, Mid-High and Crisis)

Wednesday, 31 March at 15:30

Watch On-Demand

Mental Health

Social, Emotional & Mental Health of young people within SEND and Alternative Provisions

Wednesday, 24 March at 15:30

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Mental Health

Road to Recovery: Returning to School

Wednesday, 17 March at 15:30

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​SENCO

​Understanding the Benefit of Catch Up and NTP Funding for Mainstream, SEND and Alternative Provision Settings

​Thursday, 4 March at 12:00

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Mental Health

Mindfulness for Wellbeing

Thursday, 4 February at 16:30

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Mental Health

Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma

Monday, 1 February at 12:00

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SENCO

SENCO Survival Guide

Wednesday, 27 January at 12:00

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Mental Health

An introduction to Stress and Anxiety in young people

Tuesday, 26 January at 12:00

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SEND

Supporting children and young people with an Education, Health and Care Plan during the lockdown

Monday, 25 January at 12:00

Watch On-Demand

Mental Health

Supporting staff mental health during lock-down

Thursday, 21 January at 12:00

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SEND

Supporting children and young people identified as SEN Support during the lockdown

Tuesday, 19 January at 12:00

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Mental Health

Working with parents to support child mental health issues at home

Thursday, 14 January at 12:00

Watch On-Demand

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