Elsa

elsa

What is an Elsa?

An ELSA is an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant. South East Psychology CIC is a registered provider of ELSA training and supervision and has a long and successful track record of providing ELSA training and on-going support and supervision for ELSAs in schools.

Is your September Elsa course fully booked?

Our September ELSA course is now fully booked. However we will be running courses throughout the year, dates to be confirmed. and we will get in touch once a new course is announced. Many thanks. The Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) programme is a six day course delivered by two HCPC registered educational psychologists.

What is the Elsa intervention?

What is ELSA? The ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) intervention was originally developed within Southampton, then Hampshire, by Sheila Burton, Educational Psychologist. It was designed to build the capacity of schools to support the emotional needs of their pupils from within their own resources.

Is Elsa a hurricane or tropical storm?

The fifth named storm and first hurricane of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, Elsa was first monitored by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) as a tropical wave on June 29, and was designated as a Potential Tropical Cyclone on the next day, while letting it go westward across the Atlantic.

What is Elsa and why is it important?

ELSA is an initiative developed and supported by educational psychologists. It recognises that children learn better and are happier in school if their emotional needs are also addressed. Mrs. Turner is our qualified Emotional Literacy Support Assistant here at HWJS.

What is the Elsa intervention?

What is ELSA? The ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) intervention was originally developed within Southampton, then Hampshire, by Sheila Burton, Educational Psychologist. It was designed to build the capacity of schools to support the emotional needs of their pupils from within their own resources.

What are the parts of an Elsa?

An emergency life support apparatus (ELSA) provides a constant flow of breathable air to the user for about 10 to 15 minutes. Generally, it consists of the following parts: A pressure release valve, pressure gauge and whistle attached to cylinder’s neck

Why might my child be offered Elsa sessions?

Your child may be offered some ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support) sessions in school for a whole myriad of reasons. The reason for the intervention may be more apparent if there has been loss in the family or if a difficult situation has arisen.

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