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What makes a school trauma-informed?

A trauma informed school understands that there is nothing “wrong” with these kids but rather something has
happened or IS happening to them. A trauma informed school will see the need for trauma care before diagnosis. In
this way a trauma informed school can give the struggling child the gift of a secure base from which they can begin to
explore the world and take risks again.

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Webinar 28th November 2022: From Trauma Reactive to Trauma Responsive

Trauma informed schools promote feelings of physical, social and emotional safety in children. A trauma informed school understands and recognises the impact of trauma on children and their learning and responds to these children in a way that promotes growth and healing.

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Whole-School CPD Programme

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5 Top Tips for a Stress-free Parent Teacher Meeting

Start with a smile and welcome the parents/ guardians to the meeting. Thank them for taking the time to meet with you. Begin by asking the parent(s)/ guardian(s) how they feel their child is getting on at school. This will give you time to settle into the meeting, and understand what perhaps the parent feels needs to be discussed. 

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