Exploring Expertise: Objects and their stories

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Exploring Expertise: Objects and their stories

The objects around us are intertwined with our feelings and experiences. Exploring our relationship with objects can help us tell our stories and give us a greater understanding of other people and ourselves.
17 June 2024 - 11.30am-1.00pm Online via Zoom Free for CoramBAAF members Book on the CoramBAAF website Add to calendar

Coram Shakespeare Schools Theatre Festival

Each year thousands of young people from primary, secondary and SEND schools across the country unite in the world’s largest youth drama festival. Coram SSF's comprehensive festival process culminates in exhilarating performance evenings; young people aged 8-18 playing Shakespeare in professional theatres, raising aspirations and unlocking the potential of students and teachers alike.
23 January - 8 May 2024 Locations vary Find all the performances here

Therapeutic interventions: making the right choices

This half day course is aimed at professionals who work with children and families who may benefit from a therapeutic intervention and would like to increase their understanding of different therapeutic approaches. Foster carers, kinship carers and adoptive parents who are considering different options for therapeutic support may also benefit from this training.
29 February 2024 - 10am - 1pm Online via Zoom From £72 Book on the CoramBAAF website Add to calendar

Learning from Research: Attachment theory – new developments and perspectives

In this webinar, we draw on a consultation with the international attachment research community to propose an updating of the curriculum, incorporating the key consensus findings of contemporary research
29 February 2024 - 2pm - 3.45pm Online via Zoom Free for CoramBAAF members Book on the CoramBAAF website Add to calendar

Learning from Research: Expressions of self research project

This session serves as an introduction to the Expressions of Self research project and covers the findings and implications.
25 January 2024 - 1.30pm - 4pm Online via Zoom Free for CoramBAAF members Book on the CoramBAAF website Add to calendar

Caring for a child with significant health needs

Many children cared for by adopters , foster carers, and kinship carers have additional health needs. We will explore how social workers can assess and support potential parents and carers in these circumstances.
1 November 2023 - 10am - 1pm Online via Zoom From £48 Add to calendar