If I could select one training course in the last 18 months I have attended that has provided me with the most useful guidance for supporting students with SEMH needs, the Wellbeing Toolkit Training provided&hellip
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Welcome to SEMH.co.uk.
This website was designed to help education staff to support students with social, emotional and mental health concerns.
We are keen to hear from other schools and individuals with strategies to help support students so if you would like to contribute, please get in touch via the "Site Owner" link above and make contact via Linkedin.
Students with SEMH needs bear the greatest disadvantage of all - one for which a cash premium itself will not resolve. If not addressed they will carry this with them throughout life despite economic prosperity or social mobility that often is deemed to resolve other "disadvantages".
Furthermore social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) can hinder a child's ability to access education leading to their opportunities being significantly reduced.
We aim to address this with strategies for all schools and education professionals to use without huge cost and specialist expertise.
NEW RESOURCES: 2 new schools examples have been added to the SEND Gateway - #Interventions #SEMH #ADHD https://t.co/s1pWwLvG2B
NEW RESOURCES: 2 new schools examples have been added to the SEND Gateway - #Interventions #SEMH #ADHD https://t.co/MtPgPOzP3u
Tips on how to develop appropriate attachment in Pupils with ESBD through collaborative play #SEMH #ESBD https://t.co/Cqtgnl12Ba
NEW RESOURCE: Key Stage 1 Intervention Class for #SEMH (alternative use of EHCP funding) #Collaboration https://t.co/YuQVpm6siK
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