Developing a whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing AM session (Half day seminar)

08:00 - 12:00, 9 November 2017 Birmingham Book now

Half-day seminar

AM session 8.45 registration, 9am -12 noon
PM session 12.45pm registration, 1-4pm

Mental health and wellbeing are urgent concerns for many schools and colleges who are reporting more cases with increasingly complex issues against a backdrop of reduced funding for local specialist services.

Designed around a new free assessment and improvement tool produced by the National Children’s Bureau and the Partnership for Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools, these half-day seminars feature:  

  • an overview of the current landscape 

  • an evidence-based, strategic approach to designing and embedding a whole school plan with manageable and deliverable actions

  • a case study and practical examples of how the tool can add to current processes, from CPD to annual plans through to governor development

Suitable for all senior leaders in schools and colleges.

Anna Cole, ASCL Parliamentary and Inclusion Specialist
Anna holds the ASCL brief in respect of safeguarding, equalities, SEND, mental health, radicalisation and extremism.

Carly Waterman, Deputy Headteacher, Northampton School for Girls

Fee: £150+VAT (1 place)

Please enquire about discounts for multiple places