Free Training for Oxfordshire Schools
Statutory Guidance Self-evaluation App launch and training event for those working with children with medical needs in schools
26/11/20 16:00 – 17:00 To book a place, click here
This app and launch event is offered free of charge to Oxfordshire Schools.
The self-evaluation tool will provide schools with access to quality assured resources, training and support in managing medical needs within the education environment, in compliance with statutory and best practice guidance. As a longer term goal for the self-evaluation tool, it is hoped that there will be a lasting impact on schools by building networks of expertise and best practice that colleagues can draw on when needs are identified.
For a quick preview, download the app from the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store by searching for MNIS and looking for the app icon:
Psychological Needs of Children with Diabetes
Dr Mary Owen, Senior Clinical Psychologist & Dr Helen Griffiths, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
09/12/20 16:00 – 17:00 To book a place, click here
Session outline: This session will explain the impact that having diabetes can have on psychological wellbeing. Ranging from changes to routine and lifestyle, from worry about health and wanting to “fit in”, diabetes can have a range of impacts which will manifest in the school environment. This session will consider examples of good practice and tips which have been successful in the school environment to support young people with diabetes.
If there is any particular training you would like to see us deliver regarding supporting pupils with medical needs, please email email@example.com to discuss this.
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