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Teachers & Schools
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Mental health and emotional well-being are such important issues in today’s world. Head teachers and schools are increasingly taking initiatives and responsibility for how they promote whole school well-being as well as addressing the individual needs of each child. 


Through consultation, The Sunflower Network can help you to create a bespoke approach that is most appropriate for your school, its ethos, values, principles and approach, as well as each unique young person. 

We offer a wide range of external CPD and training for school staff and other professionals working with children and young people, and can also put together bespoke events for your school, your parents and your staff as required. 

Our Portfolio For Schools & Teachers:

Workshops, talks and a wide range of continuing professional development opportunities for education and training 

Whole school consultations covering child development needs, presenting issues for children, advice and training for staff promoting well-being

Creating bespoke events – workshops / talks / experiences – for schools covering aspects of child mental health, emotional well-being and the scope of human potential 

Consultation on the specific needs of individual children 

Identifying children’s needs and making referrals within multi-disciplinary and multi-agency contexts

Upcoming Events

Complex Medical Conditions & Serious Illness - Supporting Children, Siblings & Families

Saturday 2nd May 9.30am - 4.30pm 

Naomi Moore

A rich and insightful day considering children who may be experiencing serious illness, as well as their siblings & families. A really valuable day for anyone who be be supporting or working with a child who is ill themselves, has a sibling who is ill or may be supporting whole families experiencing a complex medical condition or a serious illness. 

Ticket price includes a reference handbook and resources to take away. 


Lunch included 

WPDC, 3rd Floor, Building 1, Burntwood School, Burntwood Lane, SW17 0AQ


Joanna Foster: Children Who Set Fires

Friday 5th June 6.30pm - 9pm 


Eminent author & criminologist Joanna Foster will be giving us a fascinating insight into her valuable and important work* around children, teenagers & firesetting. 

Join us for a glass of wine and nibbles from 6.30pm, followed by this talk & a Q&A with Joanna. 


The Common Room, Omnibus Theatre, 1 Clapham Common Northside SW4 0QW

* Please note Joanna will be offering a one day training workshop on this subject on 3rd October - further details below.

Understanding the Impact of Relational and Developmental Trauma and Disrupted Attachment on Children's Brains, Bodies, Emotions, Relationships, & Behaviours: One Day Workshop

Saturday October 17th 9.30am - 4.30pm 

Dr. Karen Treisman

A vital and richly packed day's training for anyone working with children and young people, this one day workshop acts as a good introduction to Karen's longer and more in-depth workshops on trauma. 

Lunch & refreshments included



WPDC, 3rd Floor, Building 1, Burntwood School, Burntwood Lane, SW17 0AQ

Two Day Workshop on Understanding Trauma 

Dr. Karen Treisman 

Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st February 2021