Last Friday, staff at Notton House had an additional training day to prepare for the year ahead in light of the changes to the new Ofsted Framework.
Mental and physical health and well-being are the main priorities for the year ahead and beyond.
Thrive is at the heart of this, to ensure we nurture and understand all of our pupils needs and anxieties, and that all pupils receive the support and intervention required to meet their EHCP outcomes, to access the curriculum.
Kelly Challis from the Driver Youth Trust came along and led a session on Cognitive Load and Working Memory.
Take a look at some of the slides below from our training day.