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Held on: Thu, 01 Jan 1970

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Positive Behaviour Support Workshops

This year, we have held Positive Behaviour workshops, in person back in the time when we could do this, and since lockdown, we have run these online. 

Parents told us about behaviour issues they would like to know about, and Matthew Hodder, from the Affinity Trust provided advice tailored to their specific needs.

We do plan to do more of these in 2021, and to get details of these when we have arranged them, follow us on Facebook or sign up for our emails.

You can watch the previous online sessions which include a lot of really useful behaviour related information and advice.

The recording of the session held in the Spring is here

The session held in November is here

If you have any questions, please contact

This is for parent carers of disabled/SEN children and young people up to 25 years old, living and/or going to school in the Bradford district.

Sign up for our emails and you will receive details of these. You will need to book as places are limited. Taking part is free

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