We were delighted to come together on Friday 3rd November to launch Safe to Learn: Embedding Trauma-informed Student Wellbeing Practices by Rebecca Harris.
Rebecca's profound passion lies in trauma-informed work, and she firmly believes that every educator possesses the potential to make a significant difference in the lives of their students.
Her book, Safe to Learn, embodies this commitment by providing invaluable insights and guidance to empower educators, schools, and anyone concerned with creating a secure and nurturing environment for young learners.
The afternoon started at Carlton Primary School where we were hosted by school principal, Julie Large. Julie spoke about working with Rebecca over many years and her development as an educator, colleague and educational expert. Rebecca read an excerpt from the book about the importance of schools.
Moving venues to Crystal Palace courtyard, North Carlton, we were joined by a great crowd for the next part of the book launch evening. Hosted by Claire Flynn, we toasted Safe to Learn again. This time, Rebecca read an excerpt from the book focussing on relationships. The transformative power they can have in people’s live especially children’s.
Just as every child's educational journey is unique, Rebecca Harris's book reminds us that ensuring their safety and growth doesn't have to be complicated or intimidating. Moving forward, she aspires to continue sharing her expertise, empowering other educators to offer unwavering support to students on their educational path.
Safe to Learn is now available for those interested in promoting well-being of young learners, as Rebecca Harris's insights can be a valuable resource for anyone looking to make a profound difference in the lives of students.