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Social & Emotional Workshops at Beech Lodge School

By Tracy Davies | 22nd June 2018

We will be launching a series of Emotional and Social Schools Workshops in the new academic year. In the last 3 months we have hosted two Workshops entitled “An Introduction to Developmental Trauma” and they have been extremely popular and very well regarded. During the Workshops we have given the audience a whistle stop tour…

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Better Behaviour – A Guide for Teachers

By Tracy Davies | 21st June 2018

Great book written by Jarlath O’Brien which illustrates how a perceptive approach built on understanding your children can lead to happy and healthy learning environments.  It will empower you to improve the behaviour of the children you work with. Fagus is mentioned in the book as a method of improving the quality of the information…

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READ OUR SEN SCHOOL CASE STUDY – Brooke School and Fagus

By Tracy Davies | 7th June 2018

Case Study featuring Brooke School, Warwickshire – A special school supporting pupils that have additional learning needs.  Fagus has been used by Brooke School to support their pupils’ social & emotional needs and understand their barriers to learning in this area. “If a child doesn’t feel valued, safe or confident in a setting, they will never be able…

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Fagus features in SENCo Magazine

By Tracy Davies | 3rd June 2018

We are in the spotlight!  Fagus is highlighted in a recently published news piece in Teach Primary’s SENCo Magazine. It’s a great article that outlines how our pioneering approach has helped St Edwards First School integrate a new understanding of social and emotional functioning into their provision. Why don’t you take a leaf out of…

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New specialist provision at Beech Lodge School

By Tracy Davies | 27th May 2018

We are very excited to announce our new plans to provide another string to the Beech Lodge School bow. Opening in January 2019, ‘Lionheart’ will provide a specialist educational provision for children with dyslexia, dyscalculia and other related learning difficulties. Share our journey on Twitter – @LionheartSch ‘Great mind think differently’ – they sure do!…

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The Fagus Attachment Guide is now available to purchase!

By Tracy Davies | 21st April 2018

Are you looking for a concise and school-friendly guide to understanding pupils’ with attachment difficulties? Look no further – our Fagus Attachment Guide is now available to buy! We have been asked by many schools whether they could purchase our Attachment Guide – well now you can! The Attachment Guide offers a complete, concise and…

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Fagus on the road …. now time for chocolate!

By Tracy Davies | 1st April 2018

It’s been a busy few months …. We have been up and down the country touring with Fagus!  In one month we attended the ‘Success for All Conference’ in North Wales, the Slough Headteachers Conference and the NAVSH Annual Conference in London.  Great reception from all three venues but now I think it is time…

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Schools – How do you become ‘trauma-aware’?

By Tracy Davies | 1st April 2018

How to become trauma-aware in school – an infographic created by Nasen and Adoption UK. Check out point no. 3!  

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Our Inaugural Developmental Trauma Workshop at Beech Lodge School!

By Tracy Davies | 30th March 2018

On 15th March 2018 over 50 teachers and educationalists came to Beech Lodge School to learn more about the impact of Developmental Trauma on children’s social and emotional functioning and how it may affect their school experience. The session included: A talk from Helen Costa, CEO, The Cornerstone Partnership, who introduced her ground-breaking Virtual Reality…

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