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WELLBEING FOR EDUCATION RETURN Session 1: A whole school approach to building wellbeing and resilience - 8/12/2020

Course description

This first webinar aims to provide the knowledge and tools to enable education staff to protect and strengthen their Whole School/College's resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.The webinar will cover the following:


-Identifying the key principles of an effective and sustainable whole school/college approach to mental health. 

-Exploring the Public Health England 8 key principles to a whole school/college approach.

-Identifying the importance of a whole school/college approach to mental health.

-Understanding resilience and wellbeing.                                                                                                                 

-Defining wellbeing and resilience         

-Exploring models of how poor wellbeing and resilience impacts behaviour and learning                                                                                                                                                                

-Exploring ways to build resilience and wellbeing through a whole school/college approach                                      

Exploring the importance of relationships in promoting wellbeing and building resilience.

Explore initiatives to supporting wellbeing and building resilience for all.


This course is suitable for SLT, Headteachers, Mental Health Leads, PSHE Leads, Healthy Schools Coordinators


This course is provided free of charge to Manchester nurseries, schools, 6th forms, colleges, special schools and has been funded by the Department for Education.


Please reserve your place by using this online booking system or contact for more information, if you need to cancel your place please email us.

Course Day(s) / Time

8th December 2020 15:30 - 18:00


Microsoft Teams

A Teams link and session resources will be sent to the email address provided the day before the session begins.
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