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.
Dr Sarah Moseley has over 25 years’ knowledge and experience within special and mainstream education, from teaching assistant to Headteacher. Sarah runs an independent educational consultancy service, based on the principles of think, feel, inspire, and connect, creating the change needed to make a difference to the outcomes for all learners. Sarah has a master’s degree and PhD in Special Education, focusing on the teaching of reading for pupils with SEND and the implications for inclusion. Sarah currently provides training, advice, consultancy and support for professionals and families. Her aim to bridge the gap between theory and learning, to create a culture where high expectations thrive.