Proactive Wellbeing Culture - Digital - Programme

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

Module 1: Wednesday 11 May 13:00-15:30 BST

Chaired by Nina Jackson, SEND, Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultant

Starting the conversation (13:00)

Learn effective techniques that will help you navigate opening an important dialogue with your students

Malarvilie Krishnasamy, Leadership Consultant, Coach, and Trainer 

Mental health support teams (13:40)

Establish a strong, fully integrated wellbeing team in your school that can adapt to the post-lockdown landscape

Kelly Hannaghan, Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultant

Break (14:15 - 14:20)

Self harm and suicidal ideation (14:20)

Gain confidence in how to spot the signs of self-harming behaviour and strategies to support students at risk of suicide

Nina Jackson, SEND, Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultant


Module 2: Wednesday 25 May 13:00-15:30 BST

Chaired by Dick Moore, MHFA Instructor, Speaker

Community Wellbeing: Strategies for support beyond the NHS (13:00)

Ensure your students’ support network doesn’t end in school. In this session we will explore tools to cultivate a community wellbeing strategy, encouraging effective engagement with peers and parents or carers

Hugo Metcalfe, Chief Psychologist & Director of Programs at the Happy Mind Tribe

Digital worlds and wellbeing (13:40)

Understand the ever-changing digital landscape, its impact on young people's mental wellbeing, and gain valuable strategies to implement a culture that embraces, but knows the risks of, digital worlds

Alice Newton-Leeming, Founder, Mental Health Learning

Break (14:15 - 14:20)

Outdoor learning (14:20)

Enhance your students’ mental and physical health with strategies that encourage personal and social development

Mike Crossley, Head of Langley Prep School

10 tips for a mentally healthy school (14:55)

Ensure your students have the conditions to flourish even when facing anxiety, stress and change

Dick Moore, MHFA Instructor, Speaker


On-demand Sessions:

Senior Mental Health Lead: Developing and supporting staff

Support your colleagues to understand, appreciate and embrace their part in wellbeing culture change through practical strategies to develop your whole school vision

Clare Erasmus, Designated Mental Health Lead Advisor

Staff Wellbeing

Embed an ethos that cares for staff as well as students with workable tools to improve staff wellbeing

Nina Jackson, SEND, Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultant

Anxiety

Develop strategies to support students who are anxious and worried for their future

Nina Jackson, SEND, Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultant