Helping Primary School Children to Manage Anxiety

Dive into the neuroscience behind anxiety and its associated behaviours. This session will provide you with tools, top tips, and tried-and-tested Thrive strategies for responding in ways that promote brain integration and emotional regulation.

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Course Information

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Overview

Course overview

The number of primary school age children suffering with anxiety has skyrocketed since the pandemic. While it’s normal for all children to have worries and fears, for some, these may begin to affect their day-to-day lives.

In this two-hour virtual session aimed at early years and childhood Licensed Practitioners, you’ll glean a deeper understanding of what anxiety in primary school age children is, why it arises and how to spot it.

Drawing on current research into brain development, ‘Helping primary school children to manage anxiety’ dives into the neuroscience behind anxiety and its associated behaviours. It also provides you with tools, top tips, and tried-and-tested Thrive strategies for responding in ways that promote brain integration and emotional regulation.

Actionable insights, tips, and techniques

By the end of this two-hour session, you’ll have:

  • Essential knowledge and skills to deepen your understanding of anxiety – what it is, why it arises and how to spot it
  • Appropriate Thrive strategies to respond to and support children who suffer from anxiety
  • Sound knowledge of how to coach other staff members to help children to feel less anxious at school

Suitable for

Thrive Licensed Practitioners.

Structure

Course structure

2-hour webinar.

Outcomes

Course outcomes

‘Helping Primary School Children to Manage Anxiety’ is worth 5 CPD points to Thrive Licensed Practitioners.

By the end of this two-hour session, you’ll have:

  • Essential knowledge and skills to deepen your understanding of anxiety – what it is, why it arises and how to spot it
  • Appropriate Thrive strategies to respond to and support children who suffer from anxiety
  • Sound knowledge of how to coach other staff members to help children to feel less anxious at school

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