The Role of The Designated Senior Lead for Mental Health 2019-08-09T09:00:02+00:00

School Mental Health Lead Webinar Series + Supporting Resources Package

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  • Available from Monday 1st July
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School Mental Health Lead Webinar Series + Supporting Resources Package

BOOK NOW FOR £200
  • Available from Monday 1st July
  • Pay by invoice or card
  • Ready to view at your convenience

We bring the experts to you
This webinar series 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.

Mental Health Webinars
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Mental Health Webinar Series

£200
  • Pay by invoice or card
  • Value of £400

The Booking Process

1. Click book now, enter your details and choose to pay by card or invoice.

2. We will send your unique access details for the webinar series.

BOOK NOW
Mental-Health-Webinar-Series

Mental Health Webinar Series

£200
  • Pay by invoice or card
  • Value of £400

The Booking Process

1. Click book now, enter your details and choose to pay by card or invoice.

2. We will send your unique access details for the webinar series.

BOOK NOW

We bring the experts to you
This webinar series 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.

Mental Health Webinars

Mental Health Lead Webinar Series

In this series of webinars, you will understand the role of the Designated Senior Lead for mental health and be able to confidently and strategically lead the school using an audit, plan, do and review process.

A Whole School Approach to Mental Health

  • The context of Mental Health in Schools, the whole school environment and taking a ‘whole school approach’.
  • Whole School culture and reducing mental health stigma.
  • The mental health lead role, expectations, challenges and practical strategies for leading change.
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Mental Health and RSHE: A More Collaborative Approach

With changes to the OFSTED inspection framework due in September 2019 and statutory Health, Relationship and Sex Education due the following year, it’s important schools prepare and start to respond now. The role of mental health has become a key aspect of overall school attainment and focusing on well-being should now be considered in a more holistic way.

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A Whole School Approach to Staff Workload

In a recent survey 40% of teachers interviewed by the National Education Union revealed that they don’t see themselves working in education in five years’ time blaming heavy workload and associated health problems as one of the main reasons. This webinar will look at some practical steps and strategies when managing staff workload from a mental health prospective.

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

Staff well-being has never been more important. Having a healthy team is important to the entire education system, including the well-being and mental health of children. This webinar is for school leaders who want further context and direction on this topic. It will also offer ideas and strategies on how to implement practices to help improve staff well-being in their own school.

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

Schools across the UK are being encouraged to designate a senior lead for 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.

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Mental Health in Relation to the New Education Inspection Framework (EIF) 2019

This webinar provides school leaders and mental health leads with an understanding of how the draft framework (EIF) links to mental health and wellbeing. It highlights an importance of mental health provision in a context of the new Ofsted expectation and analyses what an outstanding provision might look like from September 2019. It also focuses on the key changes and outlines next steps to help schools to plan ahead.   

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Supporting Resources for Mental Health Leads

You will receive access to a suite of resources from the webinars to assist in your understanding of the subject and help to implement your findings in your educational institution.

Using the Public Health 8 point model, this in-depth whole school mental health audit document helps schools to assess their current mental health provisions.

Pyramid of Needs Suggestions

This document outlines low level interventions, medium level interventions and high level interventions and who is responsible at each level in the school.

This detailed positive mental health policy, outlines how schools can promote positive mental health in all staff and students.

Mental Health Lead

An example Mental Health Lead role description, outlining the context of the role, and potential tasks and attributes.

External Services Template

This template will be used during the webinars to highlight useful external mental health services for your school

Expert Speakers

Anna Bateman

Anna Bateman

Anna Bateman is a highly experienced and extensive subject matter expert on Mental Health and Wellbeing within schools who works in an advisory capacity for the DfE and has helped transform hundreds of primary and secondary schools across the UK through bespoke and innovative leadership programmes.

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Anna Dootson

Anna Dootson

Anna Dootson is a SENDCo, Designated Safeguarding Lead and Assistant Head Teacher at Educational Diversity, Blackpool’s complex pupil referral unit. Working within this environment for over 11 years, Anna is passionate about inclusion and the holistic approach to meeting individual needs.

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John Rees

John Rees

John Rees is an experienced mental health and wellbeing expert with more than 25 years educational leadership experience, overseeing educational improvement projects and professional transformations of schools both in the UK and overseas.

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Watch alone or with others, at home, on-the-go or at school. You can watch and share any part of the webinar series again meaning you don’t have to frantically take notes.

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Personalised Q&A

As part of the webinar series you can ask any questions you have and the experts will provide personalised responses for your school.

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Flexible

Viewing Flexibility

Watch alone or with others, at home, on-the-go or at school. You can watch and share any part of the webinar series again meaning you don’t have to frantically take notes.

Environmentally Friendly

The webinar series can be viewed wherever you desire, with
no need to travel to and from the venue.

Personalised Q&A

As part of the webinar series you can ask any questions you have and the experts will provide personalised responses for your school.

BOOK SERIES NOW