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Secure a strong mental health and wellbeing culture for your staff and students
Why is this conference relevant?
Over the course of the pandemic, increased workload was reported by 70% of teachers, and 95% are worried about the impact on their wellbeing. In addition, 372,438 children and young people were referred to CYP mental health services between April and December last year, which is up by 28% on 2019.
Installing effective plans to maintain student and staff engagement with protecting their mental health is vital as we return to a regular timetable amidst still-present concerns over physical and mental wellbeing. We need to act now to enable students, and staff, to benefit from a healthier school culture that promotes wellbeing as integral to its ethos.
Our programme is packed full of content that will leave you with practical resources to tackle student anxiety, resilience, and self-regulation in order to develop and embed your school’s positive mental health legacy. Gain confidence in escalating mental health issues, and know you are acting with the correct procedure after a year of disruption.
This conference will provide you with practical methods to ensure both students and staff are in the best possible place to face the future with positivity. Equip your staff with the tools to emerge from the other side of the pandemic and feel confident in the development and care of their own, and their students’, mental health.
What can I expect?
- Resources: gain access to a multitude of practical sessions alongside take away resources before, during, and after the event to ensure continuous support
- Practical strategies: build resilience, support transition and gain new approaches to support students experiencing grief, bereavement and anxiety
- Support for students and teachers: hear from expert practitioners and benefit from the latest research
Who should attend?
- Pastoral Leads
- Deputy Heads
- Assistant Heads
- Inclusion Managers
- School Counsellors
- Educational Psychologists
- School Nurses
- School Mentors
- Wellbeing Leads
What our previous delegates have said:
An eye-opening course full of little pockets of information on all levels to bring about change. Some quick win-wins to take away as well as those to embed long term within the culture of my school,
Inspiring, motivating me to share the ideas and emphasise the importance of wellbeing,
SENCO Support Leader, Deputy DSL