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Returning to School: Practical Ideas for Relationships, Wellbeing & Flexible Learning - Free CPD Webinar for All Educators

Pupil and staff wellbeing is paramount in schools, so how can we maintain this as we consider how to resume education in-school? The COVID-19 shut-down is an unprecedented event in British education, and the return to school is a cause of some anxiety for many teachers, parents and children. This free pre-recorded webinar will help you navigate the government guidance, remove confusion, and offer practical ideas to help your children settle back in, both academically and emotionally. As part of our commitment to supporting schools, staff and pupils TT Education are delighted to offer this webinar for FREE, exploring:

  • How to create a learning environment meeting the needs of pupils and staff
  • Supporting wellbeing and relationships through PSHE
  • Practical ideas for flexible learning that are engaging & sensitive & sustainable
Duration
1 hour
Price
FREE
Accessible Until
5 days after broadcast

About this webinar

Early September is always a difficult time for children because of the sudden move back into school routine - a time made even more difficult for vulnerable children or those whose home lives are challenging and unpredictable. How much more so, then, after half a year without their peers and teachers? As well as practical health and safety concerns, returning pupils to school might well involve a greater emphasis on things like resilience, kindness and listening skills. Whether you have children returning in June, July or September, this free pre-recorded webinar will:

  • Outline the government’s guidance for coping with COVID-19
  • Suggest practical ideas to help your children settle back - and settle quickly
  • Explore how aspects of PSHE can restore and support new learning approaches and environments

About online training

  • The training is pre-recorded, meaning you can pause and rewind to review sections.
  • The session will be made available to watch for 5 days from the date of broadcast.
  • 500 places available per session.

Bookings for this free webinar are now closed.

Should you wish to make this session available to all your staff members, you can purchase it as a school-wide licence here.