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The graduated approach and SEMH

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  • 08 Jun 2022
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Annual Webinar Pass subscribers were given the opportunity to suggest and vote for what topic they want to see next. The results are in and our subscribers suggested 'graduated approach and SEMH'.

This webinar will consider the graduated approach in the context of social, emotional and mental health needs.

During the session we will cover:

  • How the graduated approach works generally
  • Roles and responsibilities within the graduated approach cycle
  • Application of the graduated approach in the context of SEMH needs including some practical strategies for each stage of the cycle

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Suitable for: Head Teacher, SENCO, Senior Leader

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