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Supporting education providers in achieving and sustaining excellence in provision and outcomes

for all students

Think Education Consultancy provides professional development and consultancy services to Local Authorities, schools and individuals in the Yorkshire and Humberside region. Our associates have worked both at senior leadership levels in schools and consultant and advisory levels for Local Authorities. We provide professional development and consultancy services which are sustainable, practical, based on evidence of what works and relevant to the educational context in which professionals are working. Our areas of expertise include thinking skills (Philosophy for Children) and special educational needs.

Think Education Consultancy is an approved educational provider for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

Philosophy for Children (P4C) is a critical and creative thinking skills programme that can be used across the curriculum with any age group or ability. Educational research indicates that P4C has a positive and lasting impact on students’ cognitive, academic, social and emotional development irrespective of gender or ability level.

Securing the best possible outcomes for students with special or additional educational needs is a key educational priority. Think SEN professional development and consultancy services are informed by national policy developments, OFSTED, professional networks, research evidence and practical experience and understanding of the SENCO role.

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Effective Mental Health Strategies across Education, Health and Care Settings 0-25

Getting it Right

Mental health difficulties impact on educational outcomes, social relationships, life chances and physical health. From principles, policy and practice to impact on student outcomes, this multi-disciplinary conference will offer practical solutions and pathways forward to support education settings to build capacity and embed effective mental health strategies.

SEND and Vulnerable Groups Conference

16th April 2015

9.00am - 4.30pm

  1. Two keynote addresses from Roger Catchpole, Training and Development Manager at Young Minds and contributor to the Radio 4 series Bringing Up Britain

  2. A keynote address from Dr Nick Barnes, Young People’s Psychiatrist (Haringey Adolescent Outreach Team) and Honorary Senior Lecturer University College London

  3. Mental Health Standards – a framework to deliver mental health, to audit current practice and to build effectiveness to meet universal and additional needs

  4. The impact of SEND reform and the Ofsted inspection framework in relation to mental health

  5. How to measure the impact of interventions, including therapies on student outcomes

  6. An educational psychologist’s approach to using child mental health outcome measures

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