Emotionally based school avoidance - fully funded course on 27 Sep 2021

27 Sep 2021 15:30 - 17:30, online webinar
Trainer: Dr Bianca Finger-Berry

Book your fully funded place here: Emotionally based school avoidance

It is likely that the extended absence from educational settings will have both exacerbated existing needs linked to emotionally based school avoidance (EBSA), as well as the contextual experience may lead to increased numbers of pupils affected by EBSA.

Emotionally based school avoidance is a complex issue, and whilst educational settings are committed to supporting children and their attendance it can sometimes be difficult to know what action to take when children are feeling anxious. Early action is particularly important when addressing emotionally based school avoidance, which is why we are putting this training event on. Aims of the training event include:

  • To give an overview of Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA)
  • Understand the impact of EBSA on children and their families
  • To consider ways in which schools can address EBSA.

Following attendance of the webinar, consultation sessions can be booked with Dr Bianca Finger-Berry. These consultations will be held on 6 October and 11 October and will last half an hour. You will be required to complete a Consultation Format document three days prior to your consultation. This will be sent to you when you book your place on the webinar.

This is course is funded from our Covid-19 recovery fund.

Book your fully funded place here: Emotionally based school avoidance or alternatively call our team on 01603 306407.

This news item was published : 10 September 2021.

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