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As a member of pastoral staff, your role will tend to be very varied and it’s common to feel that there are specific areas of your role that you feel less confident about.

Our pastoral courses are all delivered by experienced colleagues who’ll be able to help you develop your skills and knowledge in a range of areas including bereavement, self-harm and SRE. You’ll return to school with practical ideas you can start using right away and with a renewed confidence and enthusiasm.

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New Roles and Responsibilities for Year Leaders and Tutors

The essential guide for successful year leaders
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Self-Harm and Eating Disorders – Providing Positive Support

How to identify and support students before it's too late
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Developing the Role of Non-teaching Pastoral Staff

How to develop your personal skills to provide essential support for students
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Developing the Role of the PSHE Co-ordinator

Understanding your responsibilities and how you can benefit the entire school
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Sex and Relationship Education for Students with SEN

How to provide high quality support for SEN students in this challenging area
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PSHE and Citizenship in Special Schools

Giving you the advice, guidance and confidence to tackle this challenging topic
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Anxiety, Depression and Obsessions - Supporting Students With Mental Health Disorders

Support students with anxiety, depression and obsessions to improve their wellbeing, attendance and attainment
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Dealing Confidently with Sex and Relationships in PSHE

How to tackle the challenging issues sensitively and confidently
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Dealing with the Effects of Abuse and Neglect on Children and Young People

Understanding how schools can help to provide support for pupils and their families affected by abuse
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Promoting the Emotional Well-being and Academic Achievement of Looked After Children

Dismantling the barriers that prevent Looked After Children achieving their potential
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