Attachment in the Classroom

Attachment in the Classroom 2018-01-22T08:54:16+00:00

Attachment in the classroom: theory & practical strategies for school staff

(2 part course)

This two part training is aimed at staff in schools who would like to gain an understanding into attachment in children, including:

  • Knowledge of the different attachment styles and why they may develop
  • Understanding how to identify an attachment need in the classroom
  • Start to recognise the behaviour of children with an insecure attachment
  • Learning strategies to support children with an attachment need
  • Receiving resources to implement strategies back in school

Participants will:

  • Have a greater understanding of the different attachment styles, how they present in the classroom
  • Feel more confident to identify an attachment need in a child
  • Have a greater understanding of the behaviour of children with an insecure attachment
  • Learn strategies to support children with an attachment need in the classroom

Feedback from previous attendees:

100% of attendees would recommend this training to others!

“First class.  We feel that all staff would greatly benefit from this training.  Very thought provoking and relevant”

“I felt the trainer was very insightful.   I learnt a lot from the breakdown of the rain and how it changes through experience and what we can do to shape it”

“I enjoyed the training and found it very useful and would implement some of these strategies with the children”

“I have found this training really interesting and benefitted especially thinking about why children behave the way that they do, the different attachment styles and strategies that we can use in our setting to help children overcome their problems”

“all school staff should have this training!”

“Really useful. Explanation of how the brain reacts and works together was clear and logical. Definitely something that needs to be disseminated across the school”

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