Background

This seminar will take place online (joining instructions will be shared with registrants close to the event)

Change is complex. Establishing a whole or school college approach to mental health is a major transformational task. Yet increasingly this is what schools are expected to deliver. The rewards are clear. Research shows what teachers already know: happier children do better and have higher attendance rates than those whose problems are unresolved.

So how do you go about it? The Anna Freud Centre has launched its 5 Steps to Mental Health and Wellbeing Framework, a simple, free and interactive tool to help schools and college develop a whole setting approach on their own terms.

We will be holding five seminars throughout the year based on each of the steps: Leading change, Working together, Understanding need, Promoting wellbeing and Supporting staff.

About this seminar

This seminar, chaired by Professor Peter Fonagy, is the last of the series and focuses on our step: Working Together

Speakers are TBC but will include mental health and education experts and a school practitioner.

Who is this seminar suitable for?

All school leaders, teachers, school staff and mental health workers in schools, educational psychologists, and any allied professionals interested in supporting mental health in schools and colleges.

Please contact schoolsinmind@annafreud.org for any queries relating to this seminar.

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29 April 2021
  • Online (joining instructions will be shared with registrants close to the event)
  • 1.5 hours
  • 16:30 - 18:00
Tutors
Price

£0.00
Free

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