ACEs + Learning

February 2018
Event in association with NHS Health Scotland

This event addressed a number of broad issues of relevance ot the network – the full title of the seminar was Inclusion, Exclusion and the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Learning.

  • Katy Hetherington (NHS Health Scotland) and Dr Adam Burley, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, NHS Lothian provided a focus on Adverse Childhood Experiences and their impact on learning. Download PowerPoint HERE
  • Katie Rafferty, Director of respectme, Scotland’s national anti-bullying service, presented with the title Exploring and implementing the new national guidance on bullying: Respect for All. Download PowerPoint HERE
  • Cathy McCulloch from Children’s Parliament shared the short film on the programme Children’s Parliament Investigates Bullying. More HERE
  • Catriona Thomson from Enquire gave an introduction to the new Enquire online additional support service for children, families and professionals. Download PowerPoint HERE
  • Maggie Fallon, Education Scotland addressed Included, Engaged and Involved part 2, the national guidance on manging school exclusions and explored what does it mean for our work with children and young people? Download PowerPoint HERE
  • The event also saw the launch of the PINS produced Parent and Carer information leaflets on IEI2. More HERE
  • The day ended with a screening of the film Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope. You can watch the trailer HERE