Teacher-student rapport in the secondary classroom
3PM (GMT) Wednesday 9th January 2019
About the webinar
How do you feel about your relationship with students in your school? Are there some you have a strong rapport with? Others you find harder to relate to? Come to this workshop to discover the difference strong compassionate relationships can make, how different emotional states and attachment styles can affect relationship-building and how the drive for humans to be part of a social group can impact on your classroom.
About the speaker
Kate is an Independent Clinical Psychologist and school Governor. She completed her first degree at Cambridge University and followed this with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry in London. After a career break, she returned to the profession as an Associate Lecturer for the Open University in Psychology and Counselling before setting up her own private clinical practice in 2014. In her day job, she supports children with complex needs in both mainstream and special schools. She has a longstanding interest in education and became involved in school governance in 2015, as a founding Trustee of the Morris Education Trust. She currently sits on the local governing body of Impington Village college, where she has worked with school leaders to develop a compassionate approach to wellbeing for both staff and students.
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