Events

Autism in the classroom (primary) 

22nd Nov 2017 – 4.30pm-5.30pm

We welcome you to Gesher School to hear a brief talk from our headteacher on supporting children with autism in the classroom.  You will also have the opportunity to tour the school and speak to the specialist teachers about different resources that they use to support learning in the classroom.  Although we are a specialist school, many of the strategies and resources that will be mentioned can also be used within a mainstream environment.

There will also be a question and answer session with our specialist staff.  Pre-registration is required in order to confirm your place.  Please reserve your place here.

 

Autism in the classroom (early years and nursery)

29th Nov 2017 4.30pm-5.30pm

We welcome you to Gesher School to hear a brief talk from our headteacher on supporting children with autism in the classroom.  You will also have the opportunity to tour the school and speak to the specialist teachers about different resources that they use to support learning in the classroom.  Although we are a specialist school, many of the strategies and resources that will be mentioned can also be used within a mainstream environment.

There will also be a question and answer session with our specialist staff.  Pre-registration is required in order to confirm your place.  Please reserve your place here.

 

Autism and Anxiety in the classroom

13th Dec 2017 4.30pm – 5.30pm

Autistic children and young people can experience a high base level of anxiety every day. There are some common themes when talking about the causes of anxiety. However, everyone is different and the best thing is to get to know the child or young person you are working with.

Join us to hear from Gesher headteacher Gianna Colizza, to discuss the main causes and how to recognise anxiety in children and how you can help to relieve or prevent anxiety.  Pre-registration is required in order to confirm your place.  Please reserve your place here.

This talk is suitable for teachers, sencos and teaching assistants