Behaviours that challenge and SEND
The content of this workshop is appropriate for all ages of education. We cover school and college age.
SEMH (social. emotional and mental health) is a category of SEND that encompasses behaviours that challenge. This workshops focuses on those behaviours and how school should be supporting your child.
Please note that the session focuses on challenging behaviour in the school setting.
It can feel very frustrating as a parent if you have a child who is always ‘in trouble’ and you are the parent that is taking increasing phonecalls from school about issues. It may be that they have been suspended, spent time in alternative provision, or permanently excluded.
This workshop aims to provide parents with a broad overview of the support that school should be putting in place to support your child. This includes identification of any special educational needs. It is suitable if your child has an EHC Plan, or not.
What do we cover?
- When is behavior linked to SEND
- What kind of support schools should put in place
- Which services support in schools
- Alternative Provision
- Suspension and Exclusion
Everything we cover in the workshops is fully up to date with local processes in Bolton, and importantly follows SEND law.
Workshops are hosted by Nan Cooper from Bolton Parent Carers and Cheryl Wyatt from Bolton Information Advisory Service. Our workshops are run in small, informal groups, this allows time to ask questions. We encourage conversation and parents who have attended workshops tell us this makes the sessions even more beneficial.
Our workshops are held at The Bolton Hub which has car parking nearby, details of which can be found by clicking here
Dates for 2024
Thursday 29th February: 6:15pm – 8:30pm
Tuesday 26th March: 10:00am – 12.30pm
To book your place, please complete the booking form below…