Feeling angry is part of being human. It is a natural response to being attacked, insulted, deceived, disappointed or frustrated.
It’s ok to feel angry (everyone does at times) and anger can be useful when we know how to manage it well. But it can also be frightening. Anger becomes a problem when it harms you or the people around you and can cause depression, anxiety, sleeping problems and eating disorders.
If you need help to understand and manage your anger, contact us today!
YADT Behavioural Support Service December Leaflet
Welcome to the YADT Behavioural Support Service. Being a young person in today’s world is challenging and here at YADT, we understand that some young people need a little extra support to help them get a positive start in life or overcome obstacles along the way.
We aim to help young people with the issues that affect them. These can be a number of issues such as anger management, anxiety, improving confidence, enhancing communication and dealing with stress. The Behavioural Support Service can be delivered as group workshops or one-to-one behaviour support.
How do we engage every learner?
Bexley's 4th annual conference ‘How do we engage every learner?’ takes place on 1st February 2018 from 9.00 am to 4 pm at the Marriott Hotel in Bexleyheath.
'How do we engage every learner' focusses on the key strands needed to raise the achievement of and to close the attainment gap for our vulnerable children and young people. Workshops provide the opportunity to share information and to consider the latest evidence-based practice to affect the changes in the classroom that lead to success for these children in our schools.
The conference also offers attendees an occasion to network and set up peer-to-peer collaboration; working together to embed practice through quality education to consistently improve results in narrowing the attainment gap.
For further details about this event, contact EIS@bexley.gov.uk
Governors Annual Conference
Please book your place onto the Governors Annual Conference.
Attached is the information for the day.
If you are having problems in booking, please email Sarandeep Dhillon (email@example.com).
The popular and quirky speaker, Ged Balmer, returns to talk about Assessments.
A valuable (as well as entertaining) meeting for parents and teachers.