Wednesday 3rd March 1:30pm - 2:30pm GMT

A replay will be available after the event if you cannot attend live

After a long period of uncertainty and change, children will be returning to school. They may be feeling anxious or confused.

There are, however, things that we can do, to ease anxiety or worry, and help children feel prepared and ready to go back to school.

In this 1-hour training workshop, you will learn practical things you can do as a parent, carer, teacher or support assistant, to help children’s transition back to school.

During the training workshop, you will also receive a template for a preparation ‘Social Story’ as well as a visual count down calendar, that you can use to support children’s understanding straight away!

Who this workshop is for?

You may be a teacher, support assistant, parent or carer looking for ideas to help a child transition back to school. The child may have special educational needs or they may not. The main focus of this workshop is on supporting children’s understanding of the upcoming transition back to school.

Practical strategies

You will gain helpful, practical strategies that you can implement to support a smooth transition back to school.

Pre-made resources

You will receive a template for a preparation 'Social Story' as well as a visual count down calendar, to aid children's understanding.

Training replay

Not to worry if you cannot attend the live training workshop. A replay will be available straight after.

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About your host

Steph Reed is an Autism Specialist Teacher and SEND School Consultant with extensive experience and expertise. She is a former SENCo and Autism Outreach Service Leader and has a lot of helpful knowledge to share!

The Workshop Reply is Now Available

1 hour online training workshop
£ 14
  • Practical strategies and information
  • Pre-made visual resource templates
  • Specialist advice and expertise