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Education Support Worker For Engagement

The role of the Education Support worker for Engagement - Mrs Rossington.


Time tabled 1:1 sessions targeted towards the individual students EHCP outcomes in relation to SEMH need.


Children with healthy self-esteem are more likely to be happy, to make and keep positive friends, and to persevere in working through difficult situations.


Understanding our emotions

Emotional awareness helps us understand what we need and want (or don't want!). It helps us build better relationships. Being aware of our emotions can help us talk about feelings more clearly, avoid or resolve conflicts better, and move past difficult feelings more easily.


Zones of regulation

Self-regulation is the ability to remain calm, cope with big emotions, adapt, and respond appropriately to our environment. Self-regulation is important because it allows children to do well in school, with friends, and at home.



Resilience can help protect you from various mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety. Resilience can also help offset factors that increase the risk of mental health conditions, such as being bullied or previous trauma.


Positive friendships

Friendship ignites the part of the brain that makes us feel good. This enhances our feelings of self-worth.Good cooperation skills create mutual confidence and trust in each other – Taking responsibility for our actions shows respect, tolerance, understanding and readiness for compromise.


Conflict Resolution

Resolving conflict fosters a problem-solving mind-set and approach. It helps reduce stress and build confidence and encourages children to resolve situations before they spin out of control. These skills are essential for developing and maintaining relationships with others.

Helping children apologise using the 3 R’s – Regret, Responsibility, Remedy.