Refocusing on ADHD in Education: a new resource booklet for SENCOs

 

“This is a ‘must read’ for every teacher concerned with the education of children with ADHD. Lots of practical suggestions, and new insights. Look at page 21 on the latest thinking around ADHD in Girls!”

Professor Barry Carpenter, CBE.(Patron: ADHD Foundation)

Click here, or below to download and view

Teaching children born pre term

As teachers in all sectors begin to get to know their classes for this Academic year, many are realising that several children were born prematurely, and this can impact on their learning .

Download: Improving developmental and educational support for children born preterm: evaluation of an e-learning resource for education professionals.

Download: Improving educational outcomes for children born preterm: a new approach

Download: COMPLEX LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AND DISABILITIES RESEARCH PROJECT (CLDD)Briefing Sheet

Download: COMPLEX LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AND DISABILITIES RESEARCH PROJECT (CLDD) – Classroom Support Sheet

Download: COMPLEX LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AND DISABILITIES RESEARCH PROJECT (CLDD) – Information Sheet

Professor Carpenter inducted as Patron of the ADHD Foundation

On a visit to the ADHD Foundation Headquarters in Liverpool earlier in October , Professor Barry Carpenter, was inducted at a Patron of the Foundation ( the Neurodiversity Charity, ) by Dr Tony Lloyd, CEO ( seen in the picture above.)

He joins other Patrons – Rory Bremner, Simon Weston, Alison Moyet and Patricia Kelly – in promoting the work of the Foundation.

In accepting this new role, Professor Carpenter said :

“It is a real honour to join the hardworking team at the ADHD Foundation, promoting the needs of neurodiverse children, whose complex needs are often not recognised and responded too.The Charity’s approach is both refreshing and groundbreaking, and their new insights and innovations, offer much from which others can learn. I , for one, look forward to going on that learning journey , encouraging others to do so, and asking them to support the important, ongoing work in whatever way they can.”


Dr Tony Lloyd , Chief Executive of the ADHD Foundation said:

Further details about the ADHD Foundation : the Neurodiversity Charity can be found at www.adhdfoundation.org.uk

“We are delighted to welcome such an internationally renowned academic and pioneering mind who is influencing our national conversation about the well-being and education of children, as a Patron of the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity. Professor Carpenter CBE will collaborate with us as we continue to enable children to thrive in education and achieve their potential”

Further details about the ADHD Foundation : the Neurodiversity Charity can be found at www.adhdfoundation.org.uk

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The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Ask the Expert ‘Improving Children’s Sleep; The role a teacher can play’


25 November 2021 15:45
FREE Online via Zoom webinar
15:45 – 17:00

Limited numbers
Further details via the link below.

Creating Your Calm Corner

Why do we need to consider this kind of intervention now and why is it so important to effectively resource such spaces and ensure we are making use of tried and tested / evidence-based strategies and resources?

A wonderful new Blog from Dr Tina Rae

https://www.tts-group.co.uk/blog/2021/09/20/creating-your-calm-corner.html

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