Proactive Wellbeing Culture - Digital

Wednesday 11 May 2022 - Wednesday 25 May 2022
Online modules and on-demand content
Improve your pupils’ mental and physical health with impactful strategies to deepen your school wellbeing culture and curriculum

#oeWellbeing

Why is this conference relevant?

Anxiety, depression and self-harm are on the rise among school-aged children and young people. More than three in four school staff have suffered poor mental health linked to their work this year.  Improve your school’s culture with a model that reduces and prevents mental health issues rather than just reacting to crises.

Support your pupils to understand, recognise and adapt to their own mental health needs through proactive wellbeing.

This conference will help you monitor and adjust the way you provide wellbeing to ensure a curriculum, culture, and interventions that work for your whole school. Install a system that can recognise and respond early to the needs of your school community.

What can I expect?

Two modules take place virtually on the afternoons of Wednesday 11 and 25 May (13:00 - 15:20 BST). Put your questions to our experts and practitioners at these interactive, online sessions.

Can’t join us live? Every delegate has access to a full set of session recordings and suite of resources, meaning you can watch each speaker on-demand. Why not use the sessions as staff training to embed these practices in your setting?

Build strong wellbeing teams, with parents and carers, and with the children in your care, to best serve their mental health needs.

Deepen your wellbeing provision to ensure a happier, healthier school which provides support for every pupil.

Who should attend?

  • Wellbeing Leads
  • Senior Mental Health Leads
  • Assistant Heads
  • Headteachers
  • Deputy Heads
  • School Counsellors
  • PSHE Leads
  • Key Stage leaders
  • Heads of Year
  • Heads of Boarding
  • Heads of House

What our previous delegates have said

 

Really informative and useful. Plenty of strategies and ideas on how to implement a change

rather than just shining a light on the issues that are affecting young people and schools today

Designated Safeguarding Lead, Egerton Rothesay School

I thoroughly enjoyed the conferences and have learnt a lot from them.

I have come away with lots of ideas to put into practice in my own school setting

RHE Lead, Newport Primary School

A great experience with lots of hands-on tools to deal with the challenges of mental wellbeing in education

Head of Secondary

Informative and motivational for any staff who have pastoral responsibilities

Independent Schools' Wellbeing 2021 Delegate