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Protocol Education SEND Seminar

20/02/17

Last Thursday Protocol Education held the latest SEND Seminar in central London.

Teachers and Teaching Assistants looking to increase their knowledge gathered to learn from guest speakers Julie Dallas, Lead Education Support Worker for Children Looked After in Hertfordshire and Elizabeth Kirk, Primary Education Advisor in Hertfordshire cover topics including the structure, history and practical aspects of the Virtual School, the statistics of outcomes on CLA (Children Looked After), the impact of trauma and attachment and how it links to learning and Grid of strategies for tackling attachment-related behaviours.

The feedback from attendees was incredibly positive. An Australian TA currently working in an ASD school remarked "Working in the main with Autistic students this afternoon really helped me with ideas and strategies for working with all students who are vulnerable.’’

This is the latest in Protocol Education's SEND Seminars to find out more about upcoming events or how you could develop your career in this fascinating area contact the SEND Team today.

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