John Murray & Sonia Murray 
Jogo Behaviour Support Ltd
01604 832970


Friday, March 29, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM GMT
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Early Bird Price if you book before 31st January 2019

150.00 per person inc. VAT (including refreshments & lunch & workshops)

Price from 1st February 2019

168.00 per person inc. VAT (including refreshments, lunch & workshops)  

Book early to ensure your workshop choice.


Sedgebrook Hall, 
Brampton Lane
Chapel Brampton
Northampton NN6 8BD
United Kingdom

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6th Annual Conference

Support for Social, Emotional & Mental Health Issues

Developing the Environment for Learning 

Friday 29th March 2019

Jogo Behaviour Support's Annual Conference is aimed at providing you with practical solutions for managing social, emotional, mental health & behavioural Issues faced by children and young people. In addition the conference will explore strategies and interventions to encourage the passion for learning in our pupils and students.  We are delighted to announce that we have two amazing keynote speakers.  


                         Marie Delaney                                Dr Andrew Curran 

I am a Teacher, not a Therapist, get me out of here - Marie Delaney

For today’s teachers, there is a wealth of information about ways to therapeutically understand the difficulties which students might be having with learning and behaviour. There is the research from neuroscience on the brain, the knowledge we now have about the effects of poor attachment, the needs of children to play, the effects of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), trauma informed schools ... the list goes on. But what does this mean for the classroom teacher? How can the learning from these areas realistically be put to practical use in the classroom? In this talk, Marie will discuss these issues and look at ways in which the (sometimes) opposing worlds of therapy and teaching can come together to support vulnerable children and young people in their learning.  


Attachment, Neurobiology and Behaviour – a potent stew - Dr Andrew Curran will take a detailed look at the effects of attachment on the brain and show how that translates into the totality of behavioural capabilities. He will offer insights into how the environments of learning can be constructive or destructive to an individual and explain how mindful mentalised love is actually the solution. 

The conference is open to education staff, health staff, social care staff, family support workers, police, early years staff and anyone who is interested in supporting children and their families who are experiencing social, emotional and behavioural issues. 

The conference will be held on Friday 29th March 2019 at Sedgebrook Hall, Chapel Brampton, Northampton. 

For further information about the conference, workshop options, the programme, please click here for the conference brochure 


Or please click here for a PDF version of the conference brochure.

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