The School Counsellor

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At Tudor House we have a focus on the social/emotional well-being of all our boys. Our highly qualified School Counsellor - Anne Stanley - is here to support boys, parents and staff. Her focus is child-centred and sensible. To this end, we have implemented the You Can Do It! programme.

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The School Counsellor

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  2. 2. By caring we believe that it does make a difference. Our Vision Statement <br />
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  7. 7. Welfare at Tudor House<br />
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  11. 11. Communication<br />
  12. 12. Attachment Theory<br />Attachment parenting is essentially about creating a real relationship with your child that is based on empathic responsiveness and loving connectedness.<br /> I believe parents need to be well supported by a network of family, friends and professionals involved in childcare. It really is such a difficult job being a parent and no one is given any prior training!<br />So we are here to assist you in your family journey.<br />
  13. 13. To help a child reach their full potential the following need to be accepted and acted upon.<br />
  14. 14. The most important gift a parent can give a child is unconditional love ...no strings attached. <br />I quote......<br />I learnt that lesson the hard way. I remember my daughter Katie coming home from school. She came running in yelling, “Dad, I got 95 per cent in maths!” <br />I had two questions for that little girl: “What happened to the five per cent?” and “Where were you in the class order?” <br />I’m not proud of that conversation.<br />Parsons, R. Author of ‘The Sixty Minute Father’ <br />
  15. 15. Philosophical principles behind effective behaviour support processes (Handout: Modified from the ‘Understanding Behaviour in Context Document’<br />Characteristics of effective school wide behaviour support programs<br />• A collaboratively developed, accepted, consistently applied approach<br />• A positive statement of purpose rationalising practice<br />• A behaviour code or statement of expectations for all students and staff<br />• Procedures for teaching behaviour expectations to students<br />• A continuum of procedures for promoting and acknowledging appropriate behaviours<br />• A continuum of procedures for managing and modifying inappropriate behaviours<br />• Procedures for monitoring, recording and evaluating the success of behaviour support processes<br />
  16. 16. Characteristics of effective school wide behaviour support programmes<br />A collaboratively developed, accepted, consistently applied approach<br />• A positive statement of purpose rationalising practice<br />• A behaviour code or statement of expectations for all students and staff<br />• Procedures for teaching behaviour expectations to students<br />• A continuum of procedures for promoting and acknowledging appropriate behaviours<br />• A continuum of procedures for managing and modifying inappropriate behaviours<br />• Procedures for monitoring, recording and evaluating the success of behaviour support processes<br />

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