Recognising and responding to trauma in the classroom
Who this training is for:
This two hour workshop is designed for schools and Early Education Settings and will support staff to recognise and respond to children who have experienced complex trauma.
What to expect:
This two-hour workshop can be delivered in person at your organisation, or online
All participants must be aged 18+
No prior knowledge required
By the end of the workshop, participants will:
Understand the types of trauma children can experience
Recognise what trauma can look like in a classroom setting and develop and understanding of why some behaviours occur
Develop strategies to support children in a classroom setting who have experienced trauma
Why do it?
Childhood trauma can often have significant impacts on a child's ability to engage with schooling and develop peer relationships. Educators and teachers can play a significant role in supporting young people who have experienced trauma but they need the knowledge and skills to do this.
Supporting children who have experienced trauma can in turn lead to vicarious trauma for staff if they lack the knowledge needed to effectively support children whilst looking after their own wellbeing.
Growing Future’s training is easy to understand, practical, and can be tailored to your organisation’s needs.
"Knowledge, scenarios, presentation style was fantastic. Helen obviously has a wealth of knowledge and can convey this and discuss in a relatable, understandable and clear way."