With 1 million young people affected by bullying every week (Young Minds) it is a common experience; whether being bullied or bullying someone else. It takes many forms and can have a lasting impact on the emotional wellbeing of those involved. As parents or carers how can we best help our children over hurdles such as peer pressure, the need to fit in, fall outs with friends? At this Huddl Parent Talk we will learn what the latest evidence suggests and gain practical tools from our Huddl professionals.
Speakers: Dr Rosemary Taylor & Dr Ruth MacConville
Dr Rosemary Taylor
A Huddl Advisor, a consultant for the Council for British International Schools and a senior partner at Key Issues. Rosemary has a passion for Behavioural Psychology and has been an advisor to the UN. Early in her carer she rose to become one of the youngest headteachers in the country. She has an impressive knowledge base and lots of practical tools to equip us with.
Dr Ruth MacConville
Ruth is a Huddl Advisor and has 30 years experience as a practicing educator working with children and families both as a teacher and as head of the Special Educational Needs Service in the London Borough of Ealing. Ruth has an MA degree from Cambridge University and is a prolific author, inspired by the ever-growing field of positive psychology.
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