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A Positive Approach to Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools

Event Date: 3 February 2021

The Leading Schools Mental Health & Wellbeing Conference 2021 - Immerse yourself in this premier mental health and wellbeing online conference.


At a time of crisis for many schools, we want to ensure that we are there to provide practical guidance, insights and a place to galvanise the education sector. Together we can overcome the challenges presented by COVID-19 and beyond as well as those huge challenges schools already face, such as funding, workforce and staff and pupil wellbeing.

This one-day virtual conference is your chance to hear from leading experts and practitioners and take away proven strategies and resources to make a real difference to your students, staff and communities. The day will address issues of mental wellbeing across all aspects of education.

Key topics will include: Anxiety, resilience, Neuroscience, emotional wellbeing, supporting students affected by SEMH, SEND wellbeing, staff wellbeing, Leadership coaching and whole school positive cultures.

Highlights:

Resources: this leading event is the only place where you will gain access to a practical session alongside take away resources during, and after the event to ensure continuous support

Practical strategies: build resilience, support transition and gain new approaches to support pupil and staff experiencing depleting mental health and wellbeing

Support pupils and staff affected by social emotional mental health issues: hear from expert practitioners and benefit from the latest research including:

  • Natasha Devon – Communication and mental health
  • Amy Brann – What does a health brain need?
  • Kelly Hannaghan - Preventing staff burnout with purposeful staff wellbeing
  • Adrian Bethune - Wellbeing in the primary classroom

For biographies of each of the 4 speakers and further information please click on the Book now button.