It’s that time of year again when Jogo Behaviour Support is busy in the background organising our Annual Conference – Support for Social, Emotional and Mental Health Issues, Developing the Environment for Learning.
Why Attend our Conference?
Attending our conference can be an excellent way for you to gain valuable insights into managing social, emotional and behavioural issues presented by children and young people. Our conference offers an opportunity to learn about the latest research and practical solutions for supporting positive behaviour and creating a safe and inclusive learning environment. Our ethos is to support you so that you can support children and young people to flourish and thrive.
Benefits of Attending:
1. Learn from the experts in the field.
These experts have years of experience and knowledge that can help you to develop effective strategies for managing challenging behaviour and encourage the passion for learning in our children and young people.
One of our keynote speakers - The Real David Cameron- comes with a wealth of knowledge, from Head of Education in East Lothian to the President of the Association of Directors of Education Scotland. He regularly works with schools alongside some of the most influential people and best practitioners in the world of education and training.
Jonathan Newport, our second keynote speaker, is an educator with over 25 years of experience. His work in SEND schools has been commended by the DFE. He is a highly respected speaker and trainer who is recognised internationally for his work on developing and supporting positive behaviour, ethos and culture. He is the managing director for learning & development at Team Teach.
2. Network with like-minded professionals.
Our conference is hosted at the impressive Sedgebrook Hall, set in the heart of the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside. Our delegates will be offered refreshments and lunch in this picturesque Victorian Manor House surrounded by breathtaking views. This is an excellent opportunity to network with like-minded professionals who are working in the same field, where you can share ideas, discuss challenges and gain new perspectives.
If that hasn’t convinced you to attend, look at this fabulous feedback from last year’s conference.
My last word on the conference is that it is an excellent way to gain valuable insights and practical solutions for managing social, emotional and behavioural issues presented by children and young people. By learning from our keynote speakers, workshops and networking with like-minded professionals, you can develop effective strategies for supporting positive behaviour and creating a safe and inclusive learning environment.
Read more about our conference keynote speakers, workshops and book your place here:
By Esther Schencks, BSC, MA