We've trained 115 ELSAs from across 94 different schools
Leading provider of ELSA training across Lincolnshire and Rutland
Nationally recognised and registered ELSA training provider
ELSA Courses and ELSA Supervision - NEW DATES to be published next week
Are you looking for an effective way to support social and emotional learning in your school?
The Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) programme is an evidence-informed, nationally recognised approach to supporting children and young people (from primary through to secondary) with a range social and emotional needs. This highly regarded programme for teaching assistants will:
- develop their knowledge and understanding of social and emotional needs;
- enhance their skills in being able to plan and implement a range of bespoke interventions and;
- grow their confidence in being able to support vulnerable children and young people.
Course Structure and Content
A five-day training programme, plus four 2 hour supervision sessions, delivered by two highly experienced educational psychologists
Learn about the importance of emotional literacy
Master the skills for listening to children and young people
Grief and Loss
Develop your knowledge around grief and loss
Develop your knowledge of emotional regulation
Discover the five building blocks of self-esteem
Learn how to plan and implement bespoke support
ELSA Courses, ELSA Supervision and Additional Training programmes
We are pleased to be able to confirm FOUR ELSA courses across Lincolnshire – now available to buy so book your place.
For Rutland ELSA dates, please contact us directly.
Also, now available to book for trained ELSAs are ELSA supervision sessions and ‘Additional’ Training programmes.
10% discount when 2 or more places are purchased.
HelenPriory LSST, Lincoln
“Inspired me to assist our students in working out how to accommodate their needs to move them forwards.”
MelissaSt Augustine’s Catholic School, Stamford
“An excellent course which is exceptionally informative and makes you really aware of the theory and how this can affect your practice. Makes you really reflect on your language, approach and how you feel and how a child might feel.”
RuthThe National Primary, Grantham
“It improves your confidence and reflection as a professional. It’s fun, relaxed and the theory is interesting…. has an impact on children’s emotional awareness and as learners academically.. Do it!”
DebbieSt Lawrence Primary, Lincoln
“I would advise who has anything to do with children to do this course. It will give you a different outlook on children and their behaviour.”
JanineGonerby Hill Foot Primary, Grantham
“Changed my mindset of how building blocks of self-esteem can affect a child and how to talk to and actively listen to children.”
CorinaPriory Academies, Lincoln
“Highly recommend for anyone who works in a SEN department. I learnt so much during these sessions.”
AnitaJohn Harrox Primary, Spalding
“I would most definitely recommend this course to anyone considering attending. It is extremely valuable to anyone who works with children.”
EmmaDudley House Primary, Grantham
“I thoroughly enjoyed the course and found it informative and inspiring.. Thank-you for all the teaching; for inspiring me to step knowledgeably out of my 1:1 role; for making the course days fun and for all the sweets!”