PAC-UK's Education Service offers a range of services to enable schools, parents and guardians and education and social care professionals to meet the needs of children who have experienced difficult starts in life.
Children and young people who have experienced early life trauma can experience a range of challenges in school. The Department for Education is increasingly recognising the long term impact of trauma and loss. Education providers can use Pupil Premium Plus to purchase any of our specialist education services:
- London Education Advice Line
- Education Resources
Please note, all prices listed on this page are exclusive of VAT and travel costs. All information processed in relation to your enquiry and/or booking adheres to PAC-UK's Privacy Statement.
The online training for education professionals on attachment: a self-guided route to becoming an adoption friendly school
Whilst PAC-UK’s training is centred on the needs of previously looked after children, the e-Learning is relevant in supporting and meeting the needs of all vulnerable children – a key focus area for Ofsted. The training is relevant for everyone who works in or alongside schools, early years and FE settings.
Developed with funding from the Department for Education, the e-Learning has three modules: Module 1 - Understanding attachment and trauma; Module 2 - Creating adoption friendly classrooms and schools; Module 3 - Becoming an adoption friendly school.
Our engaging videos and specialist trainers will guide you through each module, culminating in quizzes to consolidate your learning. Upon successful completion of the final quiz for each module, this training counts as 3 hours CPD training. The below video gives a taster of what you can expect from the training. You can also download our e-Learning Promotional Flyer.
Prices start at £35 plus VAT per licence with discounts available for purchases of over 10 group licences.
Online payments - Once payment is made you will receive instant access to the information you need to activate your e-Learning licences and access content:
Invoice and purchase order payments - If you unable to make an online payment for your e-Learning licence/s and/or require an invoice before making payment (please note, for invoice and purchase order payments you will not receive your e-Learning site access information until your order has been processed):
I would highly recommend this training to anyone interested in schools, trauma, attachment and loss or are working with adoption children. It’s one of the best value for money bits of e-training I’ve undertaken! Stuart Guest, Headteacher at Colebourne Primary School in Birmingham
Stuart Guest published a detailed review of his PAC-UK e-Learning experience on his blog here.
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Our training helps participants to understand trauma, loss and attachment, and provides practical evidence-informed strategies to support children.
Education providers and local authorities can buy in sessions to meet their needs - typically our training is 1.5 hours, 2 hours or half day and can be delivered online or in-person if required.
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Our London Education Advice Line is open every Thursday during school term times between 12pm and 2pm (limited to 15 minutes per call).
Staffed by our Education Advisers, this is an opportunity for adoptive parents, special guardians, school staff and social workers (who reside or work in any of our London/South or Special Guardianship Support Service subscribing LA's - see list here) to talk through any school or educational concerns regarding adopted or special guardianship children, and receive advice and support.
The telephone number is 0207 284 5879. You can also access support and advice by emailing email@example.com
We have developed a range of resources to support families, schools and local authorities in meeting the educational needs of adopted and special guardianship children. View our FREE Education Resources page here.