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Introduction to Circle Solution for student wellbeing

07/02/2018 - 09:30 to 16:00

£80

Circle Solutions is an evidence-based framework for social and emotional learning based on the ASPIRE principles of Agency, Safety, Positivity, Inclusion, Respect and Equity.

It grows ’solutionaries’ – kids with answers to things that matter. This includes building a positive emotional climate for learning.

Schools using Circle Solutions are finding this is an effective way of encouraging students to take responsibility for the emotional climate of their classroom, and is therefore an excellent way to stop bullying behaviours and increase engagement. The framework is appropriate for all ages. This workshop is interactive, experiential and playful. Participants will learn the research evidence that underpins this approach and understand how it enhances both behavioural and learning outcomes.

Details

Date:
07/02/2018
Time:
09:30 to 16:00
Cost:
£80
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Website:
http://growinggreatschoolsworldwide.com/csn/circle_solutions_training/uk-intro-course-registration/

Venue

John Ray Junior School
Notley Road
Braintree, Essex CM7 1HL United Kingdom
Phone:
01376324107

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