Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
This webinar will equip headteachers, school leaders, mental health leads and teachers with a range of approaches to facilitate the health and wellbeing of all pupils as in-school provision and social interaction are resumed after a period of remote education.
This webinar will provide school leaders, headteachers, Mental Health Leads and all school staff with practical advice and guidance on how they can support the mental health and wellbeing of pupils during remote education.
This webinar, in collaboration with the subject association for religious education, RE Today, will equip headteachers, school leaders and religious education (RE) teaching staff with the knowledge and skills to manage discussions on diverse faiths and belief systems in a way which fosters mutual respect and broadens understanding.
This webinar will provide school leaders, headteachers and all school staff with practical advice and guidance on how they can support the mental health and wellbeing of pupils during the COVID-19 restrictions and Christmas period.
This webinar will provide senior leaders, headteachers and all school staff with advice and guidance on how they can support staff, pupils and their families who have experienced bereavement and the loss of someone close.
This webinar will provide senior leaders and headteachers with practical advice and techniques they can use to help support their own mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar will provide school leaders, mathematics leads and teaching staff at secondary level with the knowledge and skills to help students overcome maths anxiety and achieve better outcomes in numeracy.
This webinar will provide school leaders, mathematics leads and teaching staff at primary level with the knowledge and skills to help pupils overcome maths anxiety and achieve better outcomes in numeracy from the earliest stage.
This webinar will equip mental health practitioners, senior mental health leads, DSLs, learning mentors and teachers with the knowledge and skills to support and improve outcomes for pupils who have experienced ACEs.
This webinar will provide senior leaders, headteachers, mental health leads and pastoral staff with practical advice and guidance on developing a mental health action plan reflective of DfE guidance and the impact of COVID-19.
In this webinar, mental health and wellbeing expert, Anna Bateman, will help school governors, senior leaders, headteachers, DSLs, Mental Health Leads, teachers and support staff to understand the new changes to the guidance.
This webinar will help DSLs, mental health leads, pastoral leads and school leaders to understand how they can support pupil and staff mental health as schools begin to welcome back more pupils from 1st June.
In this video update we discuss what this guidance means for parents and carers. He will offer advice around implementation and simple steps they can take to support their children’s mental health as best they can during this difficult period.
This webinar will provide you with first-hand experience of how to support pupils with autism and overcome some of the common challenges schools may face.
This webinar will help to support school leaders, SLT teams and school governors to formulate practical guidance and strategy around managing their own mental health and wellbeing.
This webinar will help senior school leaders, DSLs, Deputy DSLs and mental health leads to understand how mental health is inspected under the new Ofsted EIF.
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.
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 Mental Health Virtual Conference provides designated mental health leads with an immersive and knowledge rich practical learning experience which will inspire you to lead and provides the tools you need to put mental health and wellbeing at the heart of your school.
Going beyond just ‘theory and analysis’, this webinar will offer practical support for heads, senior leaders and school improvement teams in deciphering what character education is, addressing both sides of the argument using real examples of success and obstacles faced.
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'
This webinar addresses exams anxiety and empowers senior leaders, academic heads and wellbeing leads to understand the reasons why students experience exam anxiety by presenting a 16-year programme of research and exploring the origins of exam anxiety, its prevalence and prevention methods schools can use to manage it effectively.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
This webinar provides an overview for School Leaders and Mental Health Leads on the key updates from the DfE Mental Health and Behaviour guidance.
This webinar will focus on the meaning of mental wellbeing and the importance of resilience and a resilience-based approach in schools.
This webinar explores the impact of the arrangements in the 2017 Children and Social Work Act and the 2018 update to 'Working Together to Safeguard Children' and equips school leaders and safeguarding leads with a valuable insight into the legal basis for change, areas of innovation and how schools can take advantage of the changes.
This webinar provides school leaders and mental health leads with an understanding of how the draft framework (EIF) links to mental health and wellbeing.
This webinar is aimed at all members of the school community and will provide an expert overview of Ofsted's documents relating to wellbeing and mental health and what they mean for schools and the impact on mental health and schools' safeguarding provisions.
In partnership with the Institute for Effective Education (IEE) Every month The National College provide the Institute for Effective Education’s ‘Best Evidence in Brief’ roundup in video format; focusing on stories with practical implications for schools and policy makers, including only high quality research from around the world.
In this webinar, Anna Bateman will be looking at an overview of the DfE green paper, including the plan for schools, the role of the mental health lead and mental health support teams.
This essential CPD course provides you with the core content you need to ensure you have the right tools in place to recognise the symptoms of stress, develop a level of self-awareness and build your own stress management techniques.
Our Essential CPD course in the role of the Designated Mental Health Lead provides you and your staff with the core content you need to ensure adherence with your the statutory requirements of the role.
Emotional Intelligence helps people to perceive emotions in themselves and others, take control of stress and overwhelming emotions and build and maintain better relationships. So how can you help your pupils to become more emotionally intelligent and manage exam stress, conflict and promote good mental health?
As part of the 'kindness matters' theme for Mental Health Awareness week, we have produced this free guide on why kindness matters and to remind ourselves of the benefits of helping others, which is also good for improving our own mental health and wellbeing.
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