What are the concerns?
For many children, school should be a place of learning, growth, and discovery. However, for some, it can be a place of struggle and frustration. Issues such as poor communication, conflict, trauma, bereavement, poor attachment, breakdown in family relationships, and cognitive development can prevent children from functioning effectively at school and achieving their full potential. These issues can impact their confidence, self-esteem, and ability to form positive relationships with others, making it difficult for them to thrive both academically and socially.
The consequences of these issues can be devastating, affecting not just a child’s school life but their entire future. Children who struggle at school are more likely to experience low self-esteem, mental health problems, and difficulties in their personal relationships. It is our responsibility to ensure that every child has the support they need to overcome these challenges and reach their full potential.
Why Choose RISE Resilience Training?
Participating in bespoke training focused on empathy and social awareness is essential for staff to improve their ability to understand and support their students. By taking part in these workshops, educators will gain new skills and techniques for managing their own emotions, identifying social and emotional deficiencies, and developing healthy strategies for dealing with antisocial behavior. This will allow them to better understand and connect with their students, creating a more supportive and inclusive learning environment. By improving their own social and emotional awareness, staff will be better equipped to address the unique needs of their students and promote positive behaviors, leading to a more productive and fulfilling learning experience for everyone involved. Ultimately, investing in this kind of training not only benefits the staff but also positively impacts the well-being and success of their students
Exploring the Advantages of Attending RISE Training
What is Included
We provide the services of an experienced facilitator who is available for the entire school day and supports multiple groups of students throughout their 12-week program by conducting one weekly session with each group