View Details

ECSA New Logo

Introduction to Trauma Aware Practice

Event Code
Exeter Consortium and TSA
Countess Wear Community School, Glasshouse Lane, Countess Wear
Event Tutors
Various Speakers
Admin Contact
Target Audiences
Assistant Heads, Attendance Officers/Leads, Chairs of Governors, Clerks to the Governors, Deputy Heads, Designated Safeguarding Leads, Early Career Teachers (ECTs), Early Years Practitioners, ECT Induction Tutors/Mentors, Estates/Facilities Managers, Governors, Headteachers/Principals, Leaders/Managers, Meal Time Assistants (MTAs), Middle Leaders, Pastoral staff, Recently Qualified Teachers (RQTs), School Administrators, School Business Managers, SENDCOs, Senior Leaders, Subject Leaders, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, THRIVE Practitioners, Trustees, Unqualified Teachers (UQTs)
target audience
Course Types
Short Course
Course Funding Types
Autism, Behaviour, Safeguarding/Child Protection, SEND, Trauma
Event description
Book your place here:

Workshop Content
- Defining Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the significance they can have on our students’ learning and development
- Sharing an understanding of brain development and the impact trauma can have on this
- An in-depth look at trauma aware practice – focusing in detail on both raising awareness and creating safety, and why these areas are so important
- Consideration of a case study and an opportunity to discuss strategies and approaches
- The essential role of the adult when meeting the needs of students

This course is for: anyone working in an educational setting who wants to develop their personal understanding of working with young people with trauma.

This training is delivered by the award-winning School for Inspiring Talents. Our team will share real life case studies from their work on the front line, supporting children’s transformation within an educational setting.

Jules Sanders is the manager of Life Chance’s Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT), and has worked in Alternative Provision and Specialist Settings as Vice Principal and Department Lead. She was previously a Trauma Informed Schools UK (TISUK) senior trainer. She has over 20 years’ experience as a qualified primary teacher and SENDCo supporting children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) specialising in inclusion, behaviour and emotional wellbeing. In recent years Jules has been the team manager within the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), and a Lead for the Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS) Team in Plymouth. She has also held responsibility for the Primary Mental Health Work (PMHW) Team and the Infant Mental Health (IMH) Team.

Megan Hornsby is a Mental Health Practitioner at SfIT, working with learners and leading on projects to enhance staff wellbeing. She has been a qualified and registered social worker for 12 years and has an advanced diploma in specialist mental health practice. Her background in both social care and mental health services gives her a breadth of knowledge and experience of therapeutic interventions and crisis management. She has a Level 5 Diploma from Trauma Informed Schools UK (TIS) and is a trauma-focused CBT practitioner.

Cost: £50 for SWIFT member schools | £75 for other colleagues
Book your place here:
Training objectives
Learning outcomes
Additional Information
Start Date
Wednesday 23 November 2022
End Date
Wednesday 23 November 2022
Closing Date
Tuesday 22 November 2022
14:00 - 16:30
Maximum Places
Login to view cost
Number of Sessions

Need more time?

For security reasons your session is about to expire. You will be automatically signed out in

To continue your session, select Stay Signed In.