Training: Supporting Children With ADHD In The Classroom
Do you have children in your school with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD?

Please watch this 4 minute video...


Do you have:
  • Children who are disruptive but have low self-esteem
  • Stressed and frazzled staff
  • Frustrated parents
  • Children being distracted and not reaching their potential
It doesn't have to be this way
With some simple techniques and strategies, there could be:
  •  Calm classroom
  •  Contented staff
  •  Satisfied parents
  •  Children with fantastic self-belief making great progress
"Soli is an experienced teacher and SENCO. She has a great understanding of ADHD and how to ensure all children have their needs met so they thrive. Her son has ADHD so knows exactly what works"


Soli runs a successful twilight training session which gives participants real solutions: 
  •   PART I: What is ADHD: The facts versus the myths
  •   PART II: Why we must take this seriously: Children's emotional health is suffering and they fail to flourish which may lead to serious problems later in life
  •   PART III: What we can do about it: Real practical ideas how to help all children make expected progress with their learning
Soli is passionate about giving all children an opportunity to achieve and thrive.

 If the environment, attitude and expectations within classroom are right, then every child will feel valued and then feel amazing about themselves.

A child who has great emotional health will be resilient and able to face the difficulties of life.

This specialist training will challenge the way you think about ADHD 

Your staff will be armed with the knowledge and tools to dramatically change the learning environment and help all children with ADHD to make progress and thrive.

This in turn will create a calmer learning environment for all pupils.

The SEND Code Of Practice 2015 states that schools are required to meet the needs and provide for all children. This is supported by The Equalities Act 2010.

It is now estimated by NHS England that 5% of the population may have ADHD.


Training: Supporting Children With ADHD In The Classroom

Cost for Training: £297 for one twilight INSET to include travel, handouts and all disbursements

Pop your details in the boxes below and Soli will contact you to arrange some first-class training for your staff and discuss your specific requirements
What people say about Soli ....
Author of
5 Reasons Why Some Children Fail To Make Progress At School

Soli Lazarus B.Educ (Hons) Psychology


* Soli's previous role was Special Needs Coordinator (SENCO) at a large primary school in London. 

* She is a fully qualified teacher with some 30 years experience; specialising in Inclusion, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, Developmental Delay, Communication and Learning Difficulties, Down’s Syndrome and Dyslexia. 

* She has attended numerous SEN courses, workshops, exhibitions and has herself run training and planning sessions. She is trained in Mental Health First Aid and Makaton signing.

* Soli recently attended conference run by ADHD Foundation 

* Soli has organised and run many residential trips for children with disabilities and challenging behaviour. An environment where children, away from the confines of a classroom, can flourish and excel.

* Her son has ADHD and so knows what it's like to live with the daily struggle.  She battled for years to get much needed support in school and to get the right help for her son.

* She is the author of two books with many 5* reviews on Amazon.
          Five Reasons Why Most Schools Fail Your Child With Special Needs.And What You Can Do About It
          Five Reasons Why Some Children Fail To Make Progress At School
       
* She has also produced "The Secret To Behaviour Success" which gives the tools to make personalised visual resources to help avoid meltdowns and tantrums.

* Her consultancy Yellow Sun delivers support and advice to parents of children with special needs and challenging behaviour. She offers 1:1 personalized coaching as well as representing families at meetings.

* Soli provides training and workshops to schools to promote understanding of special needs, inclusion and differentiation.

* Every month Soli runs The Warrior Mums' Club, a support group for parents

* Soli writes a regular blog and has contributed to Huffington Post, Medium and SEN Specialist Magazines

* Finally, Soli wants to give back. So she donates a proportion of her income to projects that directly help struggling families.

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