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Norfolk Steps

How can Norfolk Steps support CYP to Flourish?

Our work with schools and settings / services to support CYP who display behaviours that challenge or harm links to all the strands within Flourish.

F - Family and Friends 

As a service we have developed training and resources which can be used by families to support their CYP.  This can be accessed as an eLearning video through Just One Norfolk and has also been cascaded as training to all School and Community Teams.

L - Learning 

As a service we provide staff in schools and other settings with training and advice to support CYP who may otherwise find their behaviour a barrier to academic and social learning. 

O - Opportunity 

Through our training, support, and advice to staff, we endeavour to ensure that they consider the individual needs of CYP and how their opportunities are widened through the ability to access learning. 

R - Resilience 

We understand that many CYP who display behaviours that challenge, or harm have been adversely affected by trauma. Through training we ensure that all staff consider the lived experiences of CYP and how these experiences may impact on behaviour.  Staff are encouraged to help all CYP to develop resilience through building and maintaining positive relationships within their setting and beyond.

I - Individual 

Through our work with schools and other settings / services we ensure that staff consider the importance of CYP being respected as individuals. 

S - Safe and Secure 

We help schools and other settings / services to make CYP feel as safe as possible, particularly when they are displaying behaviours which may harm.  We provide advice, support, and training to help staff manage the risk from behaviours. 

H - Healthy 

We absolutely promote the need for CYP to feel happy and healthy so that theycan develop the skills needed to regulate their own behaviour.We provide training and advice to staff to ensure that CYP are given the best support to develop and maintain healthy and supportive relationships. 

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