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Supporting Students with ESBD and Attachment Issues

Understand the support students need to help be happy, healthy and successful

In-house

This course is only available to be delivered in your school. To find out how we can tailor this course to fit your needs, call our in-house team on 020 8253 8241 to receive a free, no-obligation quote.

If you are looking to attend a course externally, you may be interested in Classroom Management for TAs and Cover Supervisors.


Suitable for: School staff involved in teaching or support students with attachment disorders within a UK special school setting.

Phases suitable for:

  • Special

Course Reference: 8037WW

Students with attachment issues provide extreme challenges to schools, staff and peers. This course will focus on understanding the specific needs for these students and provide structure to support learning , self esteem and social skills. The course will provide opportunities to plan intervention and support for specific individuals.

  • Understanding attachment disorders
  • Building self esteem and providing nurture in a school environment
  • Providing structure, challenge and success
  • Positive behaviour management
  • Developing social skills and reflection
Up to date information, clearly knowledgeable tutor, great strategies for practical use. Katie Temple, John Port School
Good informative course, well presented and relevant. Aaron Turner-Johns, Oakhill Campus Mill House|County School
The best course on attachment I've attended. Really had a chance to think and we were challenged to try and work out why things happened. Going back with useable strategies to my school. Beverley Kennedy, Bredon Hill Middle School
The material and presentation was very informative and will impact my practice. Sharifa McCogg, Prendergast - Ladywell Fields College
Thought provoking, good range of strategies and well individualised to school role. Andrew Scott, The Chiltern School
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