Thursday 22nd March 2018, Glasgow.
9:55am to 4.20pm ( Registration 9.15-9.55)
Glasgow Marriot Hotel
Cost £199 + vat ( includes lunch and refreshments)
The conference should be of interest to: early years, school, college, university staff and leaders, social workers and others from social care settings, voluntary and charity organisations, health care professionals, local authority staff and leaders and others with an interest are welcome to attend.
Why Should I Attend? Refresh and update your knowledge, Hear from and meet leading experts, gain practical strategies for supporting people with ASD, Learn from examples of best practice, debate and discuss hot topics, Networking Opportunities, Certificate of attendance.
Please see attached leaflet for more information on the conference and also on how to book a place.
Wednesday, 6 December 2017 (morning only)— Edinburgh
This half-day seminar, delivered by Louise Morgan from Carers Trust Scotland, has been designed to provide schools with practical advice on how best to support children and young people who are caring for family members at home.
This event is aimed at school teachers and staff. It is primarily aimed at those working in the upper years of primary and secondary school settings, but given the importance f early identifications of young carers, it may also be if interest to those working the earlier years of primary.
Cost: Free for Children in Scotland members, £20 for non- members.
Click here to find out more and to read a recent blog from Louise
How to book
By calling 0131 313 8828
By emailiing email@example.com
6th March 2018, Dundee
This conference is designed to equip education professionals with key support skills and improve confidence when responding to a sudden or traumatic bereavement.
Please see 06.03.18_Dundee_flyer for more information on this conference and how to book.
06.03.18 – Scotland schools conference – Booking Form CBUK
Evaluation Summary from Stirling
Friday 12th January 2018, Manchester
Registration fee £199 +VAT
Tony Attwood is one of the worlds most respected experts on autism.
Gain knowledge updates, practical strategies and tips.
He will cover the following:
Cognitive abilities: A different way of thinking and learning
Managing emotions, behaviour and strategies to support
Where we are with out understanding of Autism including diagnosis of ASD
ASD and sensory processing difficulties.
This event should be of interest to those supporting children and young people (0-25 years) with autism including:
• Head Teachers, Teachers & Support Assistants from mainstream special schools and local authorities
• Educational Psychologists • Further Education & University Lecturers & Researchers
• Student Support Services • Social Workers & Social Care Staff
• Nursery and Childcare Staff & Managers
• Health Professionals & CAMHS workers
• Others with an interest in ASD
For bookings and further information, please visit
www.medicacpd.com or call 0141 638 4098 or see the attached leaflet- Tony Attwood Manchester.
17th of January 2018
Transgender Awareness Workshop
Arthur Seat Room
Post Graduate Centre
Edinburgh Royal Infirmary
9.30am – 12.30pm
Description: To raise awareness of transgender issues and help promote good working practice.
Global Goals network event
Developing Global Citizens through the SDGs
Join Claire Dunphy from St Eunan’s primary school, Clydebank, as she shares their whole school approach to using the SDGs as a context for developing Global Citizens. This is an opportunity to share the challenges, solutions and impact of using the SDGs across the school.
Tuesday 28 November 2017
Room 1.18 Paterson’s Land, Moray House, University of Edinburgh, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or 0131 2261499 to book your place
Caring for Vulnerable Children – on-line course (free) CELCIS
This course has been very well evaluated with over 55,000 people taking part so far.
The Drama Box provide drama training for primary teachers and probationer teachers across Scotland.
Please see attached brochure for more information. The Drama Box Brochure
Next Free Taster Session
John Gray Centre, Haddington Library, Star Room on Saturday 25th November 2017 from 10am-12 noon
Join Dorothy Larios for a short, FREE, informal session where you can experience and explore what makes Mindfulness a practical inclusion to our daily lives. Encouraging Teachers,Assistants, Early Years Staff and Parents of children of all ages to come along to hear what is now being taught in schools.
Choose to step away for a little while to
- Find out about well documented benefits of mindfulness for stress related concerns
- Hear about the latest scientific evidence that reassures us that this is not a waste of time
- Meet Dorothy and hear of her work with parents, carers, schools and mindfulness in the workplace
- Understand the types of courses available so you can judge whether this would be suitable for you
Free tasters offer an opportunity for those curious about mindfulness
- To consider committing to an eight-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course
- Mums and Dads and Carers can consider a specially designed 6 sessions course available to those who care at home
- School Heads, teachers and educators to hear more about the MiSP the Mindfulness in Schools Project.
Booking information from www.dorothylarios.com 01620823510 or contact email@example.com
All Primary Teaching staff attended a briefing on 3rd November on the Scottish National Standardised Assessments.
Please see the attached documents for a summary of the training along with a copy of the presentation that was given at each venue.
1a. Phase A Summary
3a. Phase A Core Tutor OFFLINE Slides with screenshots PDF