Schools in Mind: Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools - Engaging with all Parents and Carers (Leeds)
2nd April 2019 – 2nd April 2019
- Horizon Leeds Map
- 2.5 hours
- 16:00 - 18:30
About this course
Schools in Mind is a free network for school staff and allied professionals which shares practical, academic and clinical expertise regarding the wellbeing and mental health issues that affect schools. This term Schools in Mind is focusing on engaging with parents and carers.
We will be launching our new 'Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools: Engaging with all Parents and Carers' at this twilight workshop in Leeds on Tuesday 2nd April 2019.
Stephen Taylor (Family School Founding Headteacher and Practice Tutor - Educational Mental Health Practitioner course) will be speaking about Specialist parental engagement in alternative provision and mainstream settings.
Other speakers include Dr. Sheila Redfern (Consultant Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist and Head of Service: Specialist Trauma and Maltreatment) and Jaime Smith (Director of Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools Programme).
There will also be:
- Opportunities for group discussion and networking
- A chance to hear about the work of the Schools in Mind network
- Tips and best practice examples about how schools can effectively engage parents and carers
- Access to free resources, including the new 'Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing in schools: Engaging with all Parents and Carers' booklet
Who is this event suitable for?
Schools in Mind members; All school staff and allied professionals in Leeds and surrounding areas.
This event will be held at Horizon Leeds, LS10 1JR, (11 minute walk from Leeds Station). The nearest car park to the venue is The Brewery Car Park run by RCP Parking Ltd.
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