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How to Manage Disclosure of Mental Health Difficulties: Practical Advice and Guidance

  • 29th November 14:00pm

This webinar will help learners to understand what to do when a pupil discloses a mental health difficulty, both practically and emotionally, and provides advice and guidance on adopting the correct referral processes.

Innovative Strategies In Addressing Complex Special Educational Needs And Disabilities (SEND)

  • 15th November 13:00pm

This webinar is for school heads, SENCOs, SEN teaching assistants and teachers working directly with pupils with SEND. It will provide you with a description of the most common types of SEN in the classroom and offer practical strategies for support.

The Role of the Designated Senior Lead for Mental Health Virtual Conference

  • Available On Demand

This virtual conference is delivered online and provides designated mental health leads with an immersive, knowledge rich, practical learning experience which will inspire you to lead and provides the tools needed to put mental health and well-being at the heart of your school.

Effective Behaviour Management: Is ‘Challenging Behaviour’ Misunderstood?

  • Available On Demand

This webinar will aim to unpick what is actually meant by ‘behaviour’ and encourage senior school leaders, inclusions teams and care workers to think differently about how they perceive ‘challenging behaviour'

Teaching Emotional Literacy: How to Support Pupils Behavioural Development

  • Available On Demand

This webinar provides an understanding of the importance of emotional literacy, especially for pupil development and good mental health, as well as explaining the benefits of implementing emotional literacy through taking a more whole school approach.

Mental Health and RSHE: A More Collaborative Approach

  • Available On Demand

This webinar will clarify the upcoming changes regarding RSHE and explore the role of mental health within the context of Ofsted, discussing how the new guidance can be viewed as an opportunity to embed mental health and wellbeing within the new RSHE curriculum.

A Whole School Approach to Staff Workload

  • Available On Demand

This webinar will confront the challenges our schools are facing today, highlighting a number of free resources available to help support workload reduction and how successful strategies have been implemented in some schools already.

The Importance of Staff Wellbeing as Part of a Whole School Approach to Mental Health

  • Available On Demand

This webinar is for school leaders who want further context and direction on Staff well-being as part of a more holistic school approach to mental health.

Mental Health Lead: An Expert Review of the Role, Responsibilities and its Position Within a Whole School Community Approach

  • Available On Demand

This webinar will focus on the importance of having a lead role for putting mental health at the heart of the school, using the latest draft Ofsted framework and DfE’s guidance.

Using Curriculum Area Development Time to reduce teacher workload

  • Available On Demand

This webinar will focus on collaborative planning, marking and sharing to reduce the individual workload of each colleague, by utilising Curriculum Area Development Time (CADT).

An Expert Review of the DfE’s Updated ‘Mental Health and Behaviour in Schools’ Advice

  • Available On Demand

This webinar provides an overview for School Leaders and Mental Health Leads on the key updates from the DfE Mental Health and Behaviour guidance.

A Mentally Healthy School: Foundations for Success

  • Available On Demand

This webinar will focus on the meaning of mental wellbeing and the importance of resilience and a resilience-based approach in schools.

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