Teachers & Schools
How Can We Help Support You?
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
Dr. Karen Treisman: The Power of Language / Behaviour is Communication
Saturday October 17th
AM: The Power of Language 0930 -1230
PM: Behaviour is Communication 1330 -1630
This day focuses on exploring two key elements of Karen's flagship trauma training in greater depth - the Power of Language and Behaviour is Communication. It can be attended as a whole day workshop or you can attend just one - either the morning or the afternoon. Full of interactivity & connection.
£55 for one workshop / £100 full day
Saturday 21st November 9.30am - 4.30pm
Cybertrauma is any trauma that a person suffers through or via digital devices or online spaces. For young people the prevalence of online abuse and harm is increasing alongside the complexities of the issues they face. This day will explore a wide range of areas, conversations and actions that can help us to understand cybertrauma; what is it, why do I need to know and how can I help?