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Girl's emotional needs

Meeting emotional needs in schools


Inclusive Solutions UK Limited

Summary

Price
£1,500 inc VAT
Or £125.00/mo. for 12 months... Read more
Study method
Online with live classes
Duration
6 hours, Full-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

This workshop gives an opportunity to focus on the emotional needs of girls and how to meet these. We lift the lid on a less well explored inclusion issue, meeting the emotional needs of girls. Everyone knows a girl or woman. They may be pupil, daughter, sister, parent or partner.

Description

Course Category

Meeting emotional needs
Behaviour and Relationships
Inclusion
Early Years

Description

This workshop gives an opportunity to focus on the emotional needs of girls and how to meet these. We lift the lid on a less well explored inclusion issue, meeting the emotional needs of girls. Everyone knows a girl or woman. They may be pupil, daughter, sister, parent or partner.

Girls will often withdraw, attack or even hurt themselves when under emotional stress and this is not always obvious in the way it is with boys.

1 in 4 women experience domestic violence and every week 2 women are killed by a current or ex partner.

Whilst the world assumes girls have no problems processing their emotions, we lift the lid on this and question what is really happening for girls this century?

Learning Objectives

  1. Increased understanding of girls’ emotional needs
  2. Access to a wider range of practical strategies to impact on meeting emotional and behaviour problems
  3. Deeper understanding of core values surrounding inclusion
  4. Opportunity to reflect on professional attitudes and behaviour towards girls and their emotional challenges
  5. New skills and processes to make girls’ inclusion and achievement more successful

Course Content

The course explores the questions :

  • Is there an invisible problem with girls?
  • What can we do to meet the emotional needs of girls?
  • What helps?
  • What should our priority be with girls?

This workshop will explore:

  • Cultural and historical expectations of girls in our society
  • Shared experiences of teaching and parenting girls
  • Circle of Courage as a way of understanding emotional needs
  • Fathers, mothers and daughters
  • Solution Circle Problem Solving around girls’ needs
  • What girls really need

Who is this course for?

  • Early years and school based practitioners
  • Key workers
  • Teaching Assistants with support roles
  • Heads and deputies
  • SENCOs
  • Advanced skills teachers
  • Primary and secondary classroom teachers
  • Parents
  • Local Authority support services

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