A Whole School approach to supporting mental health and well-being
NASS will be hosting the above event on:
Tuesday 18th September 2018: 10.00 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.
Registration opens at 9:30 a.m.
To be held at The Priory Rooms, 40 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF
Presenter: Lorraine Petersen OBE
Good mental health and well-being greatly increases our ability to learn and take in new information. Good physical health is assumed to be an important part of our daily lives but mental health often can be forgotten.
When we are in a good place emotionally and socially our mental health and well-being can be nurtured and supported. It allows us to face life’s challenges, make confident life choices, feel good about ourselves and learn confidently.
Since the publication of the final version of the SEND Code of Practice in 2015 schools have been looking at ways of supporting children and young people with their social, emotional and mental health needs.
This course goes one step further and looks at developing a whole school approach to supporting mental health and well-being by including all staff, parents and the wider community in the process.
What is mental health and well-being?
Why is this so topical?
Why is it important for schools to address SEMH needs?
Mental Health and well-being of pupils
Mental health and well-being of staff
Mental health and well-being of the wider community
A whole school approach to supporting mental health and well-being
Using the Mental Health Standards
Developing a Mental Health Policy
Tools and resources
Training Session Fees
NASS Full Members – £160
Associate Members – £180
Non Members – £210
All fees include Lunch and Refreshments
Further information and details of how to book are available to download here
Deadline for receipt of booking 5:00 pm Tuesday 4th September 2018