Webinars

Why is understanding attachment and trauma so important?

27 June 2018

Presented by Sir John Timpson, chairman and owner of Timpson, the retail service chain. This is the second webinar of The Alex Timpson Attachment and Trauma Programme in Schools.

Blog post June 2018, Summary of John’s presentation and discussion

Recording (48 minutes) available via YouTube

How Do Schools Address Attachment and Trauma?

Monday 26 March 2018

Presented by Duncan Roberts, head teacher at Maple Cross JMI and Nursery School, Hertfordshire.

Blog post April 2018, Summary of Duncan’s presentation and discussion

Recording (43 minutes, can be streamed or downloaded)

Also available via YouTube: 

Duncan has been leading work in his school on attachment and trauma for several years.  In this webinar he describes why his school undertook work on attachment, what they did, what the outcomes have been, what challenges they faced and how they overcame these. 

Teenagers in Foster Care 

Weds 22 March 2017

Recording (hosted on YouTube)

This webinar was presented by Dr John Coleman, the lead author of the Teenagers in FosterCare handbook.

Impact of Unproven Allegations on Foster Carers

11 July 2016

Recording (hosted on YouTube)

This webinar was presented by Gill Plumridge and Judy Sebba of the Rees Centre, authors of the study report. It covers the key findings and recommendations for social workers, fostering providers and policy makers. Allow 45 minutes to listen to the whole session.

Helping looked after children to manage their behaviour: what we need to consider

20 April 2016

Presented by Dr Sara Mclean, Australian Centre for Child Protection, University of South Australia.
Recording (hosted on YouTube)

Slides

In this webinar, Dr McLean outlined some of the main developmental difficulties that children in care can experience, how these might affect behaviour management and ideas for building effective behavioural interventions so that children can be supported to achieve their potential.

Educational Progress of Looked After Children – Linking care & educational data

15 December 2015

Recording (online)

Recording (mp4 file)

Slides

This webinar looked at key messages from the University of Bristol/Rees Centre research study funded by the Nuffield Foundation. Allow 45 minutes to listen to the entire session. Presented by David Berridge, Nikki Luke and Judy Sebba.

Identifying and addressing the mental health needs of children in care. Key messages from research

3 June 2015

Recording (mp4 file)

Slides

Blog posting June 2015

Webinar flier (pdf)

This webinar looked at key messages from the NSPCC/Rees Centre evidence review, What works in preventing and treating poor mental health in looked after children? (executive summary)
Also research by Helen Drew, University of Sussex, with schools and Virtual Schools on supporting the mental health needs of looked after children around the transition from primary to secondary school (project information).

Evidence-Informed Educational Practice for Children in Care

10 February 2015

Recording (online)

Recording (windows media file)

Slides

Role of the Supervising Social Worker in Foster Care

7 October 2014

Recording (mp4 file)

Slides

Integrating Research and Practice

1 July 2014

Recording (windows media file)

Blog posting

 

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