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

08:30 - 12:00, 5 July 2017 London

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

  • an opportunity to direct questions to one of the authors of the tool

Suitable for all senior leaders in schools and colleges.

Sue Stirling is author of A whole school framework for emotional well-being and mental health written on behalf of the Partnership for Well-being and Mental Health in Schools.

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

Fee: £150+VAT (1 place)

Please enquire about discounts for multiple places

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