Wellbeing for Education Return is nationally developed training package for education staff. The project is funded by the Department for Education and Department for Health and Social Care and has been co-developed with Health Education England, Public Health England, and NHS England and Improvement. The
Adults, children and young people alike may have suffered with their mental health and wellbeing during this pandemic. This training will support staff working in schools and colleges to respond to the additional pressures some children, young people and staff may be feeling as a direct result of the pandemic. It will focus on developing whole school wellbeing approaches, the tools to build resilience and understanding the vital components of staff wellbeing at this time.
This train the trainer model of learning will provide delegates with the framework and models to be cascaded throughout schools and colleges.
This session, focussing on wellbeing and whole school approach, is suitable for anyone working in the area of supporting mental health and wellbeing within an educational setting.
There are 8 sessions in total but they have been published separately so you would need to let me know which sessions you would like the links for. The webinar and resources are available until 31st March 2022.
It is up to you when you attend your sessions as I will forward your links as soon as you let me know, so please ignore the dates and timings listed on this course description. The system wouldn't let me enter it any other way! Simply email me the sessions you would like to attend.
As soon as you let me know I'll send you the Power Point and links to the recorded Webinars for you to view at your own leisure.
These sessions are free to all and delivered by Hounslow Mental Health Support Team, West London NHS. Funded by the Department for Education and Department for Health and Social Care and has been co-developed with Health Education England, Public Health England, and NHS England and Improvement
• Help staff support wellbeing and resilience through easily understood psychological education. This can be explained to each other, children, young people, parents, and carers
• To help your School/College use this psychological education to better manage the impacts of Covid-19
• To prioritise supportive robust and resilient relationships within the School/College community, enhancing wellbeing for all
• To help children and young people’s minds stay open for learning and growth, and support education staff and families in the process
• Schools and colleges may need to offer support both directly and remotely (e.g. in the event of a further lockdown) all the principles in these sessions apply in both contexts.