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Pastoral Care and Remote Learning

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The webinar will explore what are the pastoral needs of learners during remote learning, when they will not have the same access to face to face learning activities. It will also consider the lessons that can be learnt about the importance of pastoral care, as part of a young person’s education, from the experience of remote learning
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About this webinar:

It will encourage reflection on the lessons that can be learnt, about the support that young people need to make sense of their learning and to ensure their wellbeing. It will consider the impact that reduced interaction during learning activities, can have on young people and how schools can respond. It will examine how all members of staff, in a school, can respond to the different needs of individual learners during challenging circumstances.

If you are unable to attend the live session please continue to register in order to access a recording 3 days later.

About the presenter:

Phil Jones recently retired from leadership roles in schools, which included leading a secondary school as its headteacher and establishing and leading a Learning Centre to provide interventions and support for local schools. He is an experienced school governor for over 35 years and a writer and presenter about a wide range of educational issues with a passion for supporting young people to achieve their full potential from their education. He currently works as an educational consultant for ASCL and BlueSky Education, specialising in pastoral support and leadership and his current voluntary work includes being the national chair, for the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education. (NAPCE)

What you will learn:
  • Develop an awareness of the pastoral needs of learners, during periods of remote learning when they will not have the same access to face to face learning.
  • Plan how to prioritise pastoral support, to meet the needs of young people.
  • To be aware of how all staff can respond to the needs of individual learners and provide effective support, to enable them to achieve their full potential and look after their wellbeing.
  • The lessons that can be learnt from the experience of the pandemic, for good practice, in supporting learners, in the future.