Day 1, session 2 will see Stuart Guest share his experiences as Headteacher at Colebourne Primary School.
Stuart will also explore the importance of becoming a trauma responsive school, particularly during the pandemic. Stuart will talk about his 3 step strategy to being a trauma responsive organisation – he will explore the knowledge needed by staff, the policies and procedures that should be in place, and the provision and practice that can make a huge difference to the lives and life chances of children. He will also provide access to some key materials and resources to accompany his talk.
2.30pm | OVERVIEW - What have we learnt during the Covid-19 pandemic? Looking back, Looking forward - Clare Stafford and Sir Norman Lamb
3.10pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
3.30pm | SCHOOLS - Supporting outcomes for pupils, schools and families through trauma responsive practice - Stuart Guest
4.00pm | SELF-HARM - Understanding and responding to self-harm risk in children and young people - Ian MacDonald
4.30pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
4.50pm | STAFF AND PARENTAL WELLBEING - Addressing the wellbeing needs of staff, parents and carers during the pandemic - Gemma Fieldsend
5.20pm | RACE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE - Lack of cultural competency as a barrier to accessing appropriate therapeutic interventions - Ben Lindsay
Stuart has over 13 years’ experience as a head teacher and is a father of a birth child and two adopted children. He has developed trauma responsive approaches at his school and has seen the positive impact this can have on pupils, families, staff...