About this training
Our supervision sessions combine emotional support and time to reflect, and would develop the support systems within the school.
As the self-reflection group/s became established, we would train the members to run the groups themselves. We have facilitated this programme in other school settings and the feedback has been that staff benefit greatly from the sense of togetherness that develops; they learn new skills, feel more able to understand what children are communicating through their behaviours and learn specialist therapeutic approaches/strategies to help children learn to manage their emotions and, therefore, reduce their challenging behaviours.
Staff feel listened to, can share practice and experiences, gain support and learn from each other in a protected, predictable space. This results in a feeling of team cohesion and increased confidence in their roles in school.