Supporting Children with ADHD in School

Join Educational Psychologist Hannah Morris as she helps you understand ADHD, enhance your teaching toolbox with strategies and resources for helping children with ADHD in the classroom and at break times, including how to support children through emotional meltdowns
Supporting Children with ADHD in School

What you'll learn on this course

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    Supporting Children with ADHD at School

    • Introduction

    • Spotting a child with ADHD… isn’t it obvious?

    • Wired differently: From A to B via S, N and C

    • What’s it like to have ADHD?: Daydreamy, driven, dysregulated and dynamic

    • Activity

    • Supporting children with ADHD in the classroom

    • Helping children with ADHD at break times

    • Moving Forward

    • Recent Research

    • One child, a whole community

    • Resources

This course will ...

  • Help you understand the science behind ADHD, clarifying common myths and facts

  • Give you insight into what it is like to have ADHD, including dynamic strengths

  • Enhance your teaching toolbox with strategies and resources for helping children with ADHD in the classroom and at break times, including how to support children through emotional meltdowns

  • Highlight recent developments in ADHD research: have you heard of rejection sensitivity?

  • Inspire you in taking a whole community approach to enable children with ADHD to thrive in education

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How long will this course take to complete? The video content totals around an hour but with additional reading etc you should expect to complete the course in the equivalent of half a day.

Can I pay by invoice or PO? Yes of course! Join today, or contact us to purchase via PO / invoice and we will provide a voucher code for all your staff to enrol.

How do whole school enrolments work? Join today, or contact us to purchase via PO / invoice and we will provide a voucher code for all your staff to enrol.

You can share this course with teaching staff to view individually, or you can use it to run a half-day INSET. If running with a group of staff or the whole school together, We will provide tips for using the course materials following 

Please email us at hi@schudio.tv if you have any questions.

Your Instructor

Educational Psychologist

Hannah Morris

Hannah specialises in the psychology of teaching, learning and child development. An independent Educational Psychologist, Hannah has 13 years experience of assessing children's strengths and difficulties, as well as advising families and schools for how to help with learning, behaviour and development.

Since qualifying as an Educational Psychologist, with distinction, at the Institute of Education, she has gained extensive professional and voluntary experience in areas such as psychology, teaching, special educational needs (SEN), counselling, governance, trusteeship, youth work, consultancy and leadership. As well as undertaking individual case work, Hannah has delivered a wide range of training to schools, parents and foster carers. Topics covered include memory, maths, literacy, bereavement and loss, early years, gifted and talented, attachment, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism.

Hannah’s Educational Psychology practice is founded on the principle of understanding and she is passionate about enabling children to thrive in education. Through sharing her expertise, she aims to empower you in further developing your knowledge and skills, giving you more tools for engaging and supporting the children you teach.