Behavioural well-being in special schools: How to reduce behaviour that challenges and improve everyone’s well-being

The Sharland foundation research and impact network, and the University of Warwick, in partnership with the Centre for Behaviour Solutions (CBS) Ltd is hosting the following event:

Behavioural well-being in special schools: How to reduce behaviour that challenges and improve everyone’s well-being

Tuesday 26 June 2018 Coventry

This one-day event brings together special schools’ communities (head teachers, teachers, administrators, governors, parents, and leaders of Special Education Needs (SEN) in local authorities) and aims to explore evidence-based approaches to behavioural well-being in special schools with a Positive Behavioural Support focus. Examples of good practice across different schools will be shared.

The format of the day is primarily interactive. Presentations and workshops will be delivered. Participants’ views on implementation of evidence-based approaches to behavioural well-being will also be sought.

Please share the attached flyer with your own contacts/networks, and please do get in touch with Louise Denne if you would like any further information.

Flyer PBS school event June 2018

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