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School Exclusions: A Helpful Guide for Parents, Guardians and Carers

This video provides an overview of school exclusions for parents, carers and guardians focusing on how to prevent them, alternatives and what to do when they occur. This video has been created by students volunteering with Warwick Law in the Community (LinC), with the support of Warwickshire County Council, Warwickshire Parent Carer Voice Forum, Bailey Wright & Co Solicitors.

Childhood Trauma and the Brain | UK Trauma Council

A general introduction to what happens in the brain after children face traumatic experiences in childhood, like abuse and neglect. This animation was developed by Professor Eamon McCrory and is a part of the Childhood Trauma and the Brain resource.

Window of Tolerance

We are pleased to share our animation on the Window of Tolerance. Find out how a traumatised child swings from fight/flight to freeze/collapse; and what adults can do to help bring the child back into their window of tolerance so they can be at their personal best.

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic events that affect children while growing up, such as suffering child maltreatment or living in a household affected by domestic violence, substance misuse or mental illness.

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a theory in psychology. It argues that there are five stages of human needs that motivate our behavior.

Why Do We Lose Control of Our Emotions?

Simple, easy-to-understand whiteboard animation to help early Elementary-aged children gain an understanding of the way their brains work to recognize and manage their emotions. This is intended as a beginning resource to help children, parents, educators, and those who work with children to encourage mindfulness, empathy, and emotional regulation.

All about ANGER for kids!

In this video, you'll learn the definition of anger, how it affects you, and FOUR positive ways of coping!


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