The Team Teach Podcast

The Team Teach podcast lets you listen into conversations with industry experts, discussing every aspect of understanding and supporting behaviour.

It’s a must-listen for professionals working in education and health and social care, helping you feel informed, inspired, and equipped with a range of practical ideas you can use in your setting.

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Past Episodes of The Team Teach Podcast

Anxiety and Early Years Transitions | Dave Smallwood

10 June 2024|

Clare talks to Dave Smallwood, Principal Team Teach trainer and Director at SENse Training and Consultancy, about anxiety and early years transitions. They discuss the impact on parents and carers during this phase, and external factors that can influence the success, or otherwise, of transitions. They also explore what anxiety [...]

Supporting Staff in Residential Care | Jack Cook

30 May 2024|

In this episode, Clare talks to Jack Cook about supporting staff who work in residential care. He explains his ongoing commitment to staff development and training, and the strategies that are in place to support their mental and physical well-being.   He also outlines the ways in which he [...]

Reducing School Exclusions | Dave Smallwood

30 May 2024|

In this episode, Dave Smallwood, Principal Team Teach trainer and Director at SENse Training and Consultancy, talks to Clare about reducing school exclusions They discuss the reasons behind exclusions, the short- and long-term ramifications for children and young people, and strategies to reduce school exclusions in our settings. Dave [...]

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