YADT Behavioural Support Service December Leaflet
Welcome to the YADT Behavioural Support Service. Being a young person in today’s world is challenging and here at YADT, we understand that some young people need a little extra support to help them get a positive start in life or overcome obstacles along the way.
We aim to help young people with the issues that affect them. These can be a number of issues such as anger management, anxiety, improving confidence, enhancing communication and dealing with stress. The Behavioural Support Service can be delivered as group workshops or one-to-one behaviour support.
The SMSC Booklet and Resources
Spiritual Moral Social Cultural Development From EYFS to KS4
The SMSC booklet, together with online materials, provides a fundamental resource that inspires and stimulates leaders and teaching staff from Early Years Foundation settings through to primary and secondary schools.
Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development – the Bexley Handbook Edition 2
Further resources to accompany the SMSC booklet:
Helpful websites for supporting classroom teaching
Helpful websites for supporting Prevent
Helpful websites for supporting SMSC
Helpful websites for supporting British values
Helpful websites for Citizenship
Helpful websites for engaging stakeholders and partnership working
Curricular schemes for schools, including websites
Case studies from Bexley Schools
Click here to download copies of presentations given by speakers and stand holders at the Bexley SMSC conference on 20 January 2017.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to subscribe or have any questions concerning these resources.
Bexley’s Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) resource pack
Please find attached a flyer for Bexley’s Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) resource pack. This is a helpful guide that will inspire, stimulate and promote the development of spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of all learners’ development. The materials are not exhaustive and will continue to evolve in response to Department of Education and Ofsted guidance and as new resources are published.
As the title suggests, SMSC is not about adopting a particular stance or about providing an additional ‘input’ by practitioners in schools and educational settings, but rather about recognising that the learners’ journey will be influenced by a spectrum of changing factors external to schools and educational settings. These materials, developed in educational settings and schools, are intended to promote the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, and tolerance of those with a different faith and belief. In addition, it includes legislative and practical guidance for schools, parents and carers on the Prevent Duty; thus ensuring the safety and well-being of children and young people.
Through the purchase of this document, you will obtain a password that gives you full access to a range of on-line resources. We look forward to receiving feedback from you on the materials, as you continue to use and adapt them with your learners. This will be invaluable for us in updating their currency and usefulness in the classroom and wider community.
Senior Education Adviser