School stand off? The link between exclusion and avoidance
UK Government data shows children with additional needs are disproportionately represented in exclusion and school avoidance figures.
Suzy Rowland examines this connection and discusses evidence based strategies about what schools can do to help neurodiverse youngsters. Focusing on practical applications, as well as policy and inclusive practice, she provides low cost ideas to implement straight away.
3 takeaways from Suzy’s training session
– Gain a deeper understanding of child and adolescent neurodivergent school and classroom behaviours –
– Gather tips to build trust and rapport with this group of learners –
– Develop strategies for building collaborative relationships with parents –
This session is aimed at SENCOs, leaderships, pastoral teams and class teachers working with children with SEND.
Watch a snippet of Suzy’s presentation…
This session was originally presented at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
About the Creator
Suzy Rowland / Author and Founder of #happyinschoolproject
Suzy Rowland is an author, Autism and ADHD Specialist, Adaptive Cognitive Behaviour Therapist and Speaker. She founded the #happyinschool project to provide creative and interactive training and consultancy, rooted in lived experience. She works with local authorities, families and young people, to enable educators and families to work collaboratively, for successful educational outcomes. Her book S.E.N.D. in the Clowns: Essential Autism, ADHD Guide is a friendly, advice-packed handbook for parents at the start of their child’s diagnosis journey.
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