Some suggest that ADHD may affect up to 5% of the school population, yet it is a much misunderstood condition that often attracts negative and unhelpful responses. This course seeks to address the balance and offer real and lasting solutions that will benefit pupils, staff and families
Hadrian School in partnership with Peter Imray are facilitating an excellent training opportunity for Primary and Secondary Mainstream and Specialist educational settings to learn more about ADHD.
The course is being facilitated at the new HEADS Training Centre based at Hadrian School in Newcastle upon Tyne, lunch is included on the day.
- How it may present itself in the class
- Learning and behavioural consequences of having ADHD
- The medication issue
- The effects on other children in the class and in the home.
- Taking a positive slant
- Practical strategies for dealing with ADHD
- Case studies and potential solutions to problems presented by children who are known to the course participants