External Training for Visitors
We offer a range of training opportunities for colleagues and extended teams ranging from Communication, Behaviour and Sensory Regulation to Curriculum Development and Subject / Topic specific (e.g. Developing a Meaningful Programme of Sex and Relationships Education for children and young people with Autism). Please make contact with the administration team at Rosehill School if you require information on the training packages we can offer, both at the school and delivered at your base. We are able to develop bespoke packages, on request. Please keep an eye out for further training opportunities coming soon - see at the bottom of this page! We are always happy to consider any requests you have email@example.com
Internal Training for Rosehill Staff
We offer a range of training opportunities for staff ranging from Autism Awareness, Safeguarding, Communication, Behaviour and Sensory Regulation to Curriculum Development and Subject / Topic specific (e.g. Developing a Meaningful Programme of Sex and Relationships Education for children and young people with Autism). and Special Educational Needs including Ofsted related planning. For further information regarding our staff training programme, including induction training, please contact the senior leadership team via the school contact details.
Rosehill Staff Training Opportunities (Recent Examples)
May 2017 - Intensive Interaction Training delivered by our in-house trainer
June 2017 - Child Sexual Exploitation Training: All staff attended the training delivered by Vanessa McFarlane from Nottingham City Health Improvement Team. Staff from respite providers also attended. Epilepsy Awareness and Emergency Medication Training: All staff refreshed this training.
8th March 2017 - Training event for External Visitors and Rosehill Staff
Improving outcomes for pupils on the autism spectrum: Summary overview of the free training event held on 8th March 2017 at Rosehill School
As part of the integrated work in the East Midlands through the Leicestershire hub of the Autism Education Trust (AET) an information event on March 8th was facilitated by Notts, Derby's and Nottingham City AET teams hosted at Rosehill School. The event provided an overview of the work of the AET both from the perspective of its training programme as well as its resources which promote good practice for educational settings supporting children and young people on the autism spectrum. Information stands were also available to delegates providing details of the wider work of the AET and its downloadable resources designed to improve outcomes for pupils with autism. The 50+ delegates who attended included specialist teaching assistants, SENCO’s, teachers and senior school leaders. The event was also attended by a senior research fellow from CEDAR, Warwick University who collected data regarding the impact of the event in order to report back to the AET Director and to provide evidence for the Department for Education. Using Rosehill, an Ofsted outstanding specialist school, as the venue for this event added strength and value to the key messages of good practice and included the opportunity to showcase the student run café facilities for the use of delegates. Ruth Fiddler - AET trainer.