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Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 2022

Event Date: 24 February 2022

Creating Brighter Futures for Young People in Education

Good mental health and wellbeing has become increasingly important for children and young people to flourish in life and learning.  The Education People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference for schools is returning face to face in February 2022.

We would love for you to join us whether you’re looking for new ideas, a fresh vision for your school or developing strategies and toolkits.


For this Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference you can join us either online or in person for a full day of presentations and workshops delivered by leading experts and practitioners.  Benefit from proven strategies and resources to make a positive difference to your school.

Highlights

Proactive Wellbeing: don’t just react to mental health issues, but instead install a wellbeing culture that develops a preventative approach for staff, pupil, and family wellbeing 
 
Practical Strategies: build resilience, sustainable strategies, support transition and gain new approaches to support pupil and staff whose mental health has deteriorated throughout the pandemic  

Wellbeing Toolkits: gain access to high quality resource recommendations to enhance the emotional health of people in your school communities.

Conference Speakers:

  • Patrick Ottley-O'Connor
  • Amanda Seyderhelm
  • Natasha Devon MBE
  • Kelly Hannaghan
  • Andrew Cowley
  • Russell Prue will be hosting the day.

For more information please visit our Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub on the website.


Who Should Attend?  
Headteachers / Deputy Heads / Assistant Heads / Inclusion Managers / SENCOs / School Counsellors / Family Liaison Officers / Support Staff / School Governors / Wellbeing Leads / Teaching Staff / DSLs / School Mentors.

To attend the Face to Face Conference please click on the purple Book Now button, to attend the online event please click: SCH 22/189