EAL in a Changing World

Wednesday 16th May 2018

Raploch Community Campus, Drip Road, Stirling, FK8 1SD

This is a one day course aimed at EAL teachers and those working with pupils with EAL and their families in other services.

Booking Form Stirling 16 May 2018

Please note we can guarantee two spaces per authority.  Any additional names will be added to a waiting list and we will let you know on Wednesday 9th May.   BOOKING FORM ADDITIONAL GUEST. 

Daniella Syme, Senior Lecturer, Strathclyde University will present her research: Eastern European Young People in Brexit Britain.

‘Here to stay?’ is a research project which explores the lives of young people aged 12- 18 who migrated with their families  from Central and Eastern Europe after EU enlargement in 2004. Daniella will explore how migration and current immigration policies are impacting on their lives and discuss how Brexit is impacting on their feelings of identity and belonging in the UK.

 Professor Chris Williams, Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry, Glasgow University and Director of Five Areas Ltd. The ‘Living Life to The Full’ skills resources have been developed by Dr Chris Williams who is a medical doctor. He is also a member of the British Psychological Society and President of the lead body in cognitive behavioural therapy in the UK. He is an award- winning and widely recognised researcher and trainer in the evidence based cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) approach.

09:30 Arrival, Coffee and Registration
10:00 Welcome from Chair
10:05 Daniella Syme – Here to Stay – Life after Brexit for our children and young people
12.05 Lunch and time to network
12.50 Emeritus Professor Chris Williams  Living –  Life to the Full – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
14:50 Plenary
15:00 Close


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