Course

  • 2 Modules

    Workload: How to Reduce Staff Workload Whilst Improving Student Outcomes

    This is a recording of a past webinar. Reducing workload at the same time as improving student outcomes might sound impossible, so we’ll be learning…
  • 8 Modules

    Understand the Links Between Abuse and Mental Health

    This is an introductory course for all staff and volunteers working with children in schools and colleges. This course will explore where mental health problems in young people might indicate that they are being abused or harmed. We will consider what abuse is, how children experiencing mental health issues may be more vulnerable to abuse and consider mental health as an indicator of harm. You will also learn what to do if you are concerned about the mental health or wellbeing of a child in your school. 
  • 7 Modules

    Creating Opportunities for Play

    This course has been designed specifically for parents and caregivers who’d like to gain inspiration for optimising playful opportunities with their children.  You will learn practical ideas for supporting your child’s curiosity and playfulness; helping you to cultivate play even in the most mundane of moments.  
  • 7 Modules

    Understand the Safeguarding Implications of Children Missing from Education

    This is an introductory course for all staff and volunteers working with children in schools and collegesIt is important that all staff understand the risks that children face when they miss education. This course will consider why attendance is important, look at the risks that children face when they miss education and we will learn about school and local authority responsibilities to these children. We will also learn about factors that might cause a child to miss education and finally, what to do if you are worried about a child missing education.  
  • 16 Modules

    Self Regulation Difficulties: Ten Top Tips and Strategies

    Self regulation problems are seen when children experience meltdowns or behaviour tantrums at an age that exceeds the toddler stage of development. It is both acceptable and customary for toddlers to struggle to contain their emotions but this is a skill they master as they mature. During this course Cherryl will provide ten strategies and top tips that will help in the classroom. You might also be interested in Cherryl's introductory course which sets the scene: A Basic Introduction to Self Regulation Difficulties.
  • 6 Modules

    A Basic Introduction to Self Regulation Difficulties

    Self regulation problems are seen when children experience meltdowns or behaviour tantrums at an age that exceeds the toddler stage of development. As everyone knows it is normal for toddlers to struggle to contain their emotions but this is a skill they master as they mature. During this course Cherryl will explore the nature of these self regulation problems and she will also discuss what the causes might be. Cherryl will discuss how to spot a child who is struggling with self regulation and she will give some examples of self regulation You may also be interested Cherryl's follow up course: Self Regulation Difficulties: Ten Top Tips and Strategies.
  • 8 Modules

    Making Mindfulness Fun

    Whether you’re a regular meditator or are new to Mindfulness, this course will provide you with some fun ideas for engaging children with mindful practices. Designed for both individual and group engagement, this course is perfect for teachers, parents, carers or anyone who works with or supports children.    
  • 2 Modules

    Mental Health Leads: Preparing for the Year Ahead

    This webinar is designed to act as a guide for new and existing designated mental health leads, to help you prepare for the academic year…
  • 1 Module

    KCSIE update for safeguarding leads

    To help you to prepare for the implementation of the latest version of Keeping Children Safe in Education, Creative Education’s safeguarding lead Liz Rose will…
  • 8 Modules

    Developing Resilience Through Story Telling for All Learners

    This course, for all levels of professionals including those new to education and parents and carers aims to develop knowledge and confidence of how to use stories to boost all learner’s resilience and mental health, linked to importance of this for all learners, including those with SEND and more complex needs. Research indicates a link between the development of personal resilience and storytelling, this course will provide clarity, understanding and strategies to use in the school and home environment. Practical ideas, advice and ways forward are provided to make a difference now.
  • 1 Module

    How to Identify and Support Young Carers

    This is a past recording, school project manager at Edinburgh Young Carers, Jennifer Lewis will share ideas for identifying and supporting young carers within your…
  • 2 Modules

    How and Why to Lead with Kindness

    This is a recording of a live session. We’ll explore how we can lead with kindness and make relational behaviour management work in schools. Dave…
  • 2 Modules

    Looking after your own wellbeing (as well as everyone else’s)

    This is a past recording. Because you matter too, we’ll explore tried and tested ideas for looking after your own wellbeing when the buck stops…
  • 8 Modules

    Teaching Strategies to Connect with Twenty First Century Boyhood

    The boys in your school and your classes face some general & some very specific pressures; from school, family, peers and especially themselves. Great teaching and maybe some different approaches will help boys to connect better with school and their learning.
  • 2 Modules

    Mental Health Leads: DfE funded training – Information & Ideas Sharing Session

    The DfE have committed to funding mental health lead training for a third of all state schools and colleges in England from September 2021.  We…
  • 9 Modules

    Making Effective and Productive Use of Assessment

    Teachers need to know and understand how to assess pupils in their subjects, including the statutory assessment requirements.  They need to make use of formative and summative assessment to secure pupils’ progress, and use relevant data to monitor progress, set targets, and plan subsequent lessons.  Teachers also need to give pupils regular feedback, both orally and through accurate marking, and encourage pupils to respond to the feedback.  In this course, Matt Bromley explores the central tenets of effective assessment, marking and feedback.
  • 2 Modules

    Practical Strategies to Support Autistic Girls to Attend & Enjoy School

    Course Content This is a past recording of a webinar. We’ll explore what autistic girls say helps and hinders their access to school and how…
  • 1 Module

    DSL: Update July ’21 – KCSIE | sexual violence | Ofsted updates

    The July 2021 update covered:

    • Keeping children safe in education 2021
    • Sexual harassment and sexual violence guidance
    • The Ofsted review of sexual abuse in schools
    • Updates to the Ofsted inspection handbook

    Book future sessions on our live webinars page.

  • 1 Module

    The Thrive Approach – what worked for us

    This is a recording of a past webinar. During this webinar, primary head, Amy Harvey and Tina Rawling will talk about how they’ve implemented the…
  • 2 Modules

    Taking a Whole School Approach to Self-Regulated Learning & Metacognition

    This is a recording of a past webinar. We’ll explore why and how to implement a whole school approach to learning and metacognition; crucially how…