About this event
· Support your students by helping them develop the skills to successfully negotiate the complexities of friendships.
· Approaches that empower young people to resolve issues more effectively and also to minimise the impact of conflict when it does arise
· How teachers can guide and support by encouraging open, honest and effective communication
By empowering children and young people to resolve issues more effectively and more autonomously, parents need worry less, schools can focus more on the curriculum and all pupils can learn more effectively – because they are happier.
About the speaker
Andrew Hampton, founder of Girls on Board and author of ‘When Girls Fall Out’ and ‘Working with Boys’
This event will be held via Zoom webinar. You will be emailed the Zoom dial in details on the morning of the event.
The event fee for this webinar is £10.
If you have any difficulties making your booking, please contact email@example.com
This event is one of the ADHD Embrace Teacher Seminars series. These are hosted by ADHD Embrace and Kingston University, SIG on Inclusion and Social Justice, Department of Education.
We look forward to meeting you.
The ADHD Embrace team (formerly ADHD Richmond and Kingston)