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Sydney event: Engaging vulnerable or disadvantaged young people in education

Enabling teachers with with positive education and trauma informed strategies is critically important for schools seeking to move the dial on students’ self‑regulation, relationships, growth and academic achievement.

Join Nous Group for an introduction to the Berry Street Education Model (BSEM), a leading evidence based approach to training, curriculum and strategies to engage vulnerable or disadvantaged young people in education.

The BSEM has been designed by teachers and education leaders for whole school staff, and focus' on providing consistent, practical strategies for those important micro-moments in the classroom.

This event is an opportunity to:

  • Hear from Tom Brunzell, international education expert and Senior Adviser, Education at Berry Street
  • Hear directly from the Principal of a BSEM school, to understand how the approach works in practice
  • Network with colleagues from across the education sector over drinks and nibbles.

Event details:

Date: Thursday, 15 February 2018
Time: 5.00pm - 7.30pm
Venue: Nous Group, L34, 60 Margaret Street, Sydney
RSVP by Thursday, 25 January 2018

Register your interest in attending:

We hope you can join us to hear about this ground breaking approach to school education.

To register your interest in this event, please email [email protected]. You are also welcome to register a colleague to attend with you.