Mental Health Lead Virtual Conference 2019-08-09T08:59:37+00:00

Mental Health Lead Virtual Conference

BOOK NOW FOR £100
  • Available to download from Monday 1st July
  • Pay by invoice or card

Mental Health Lead Virtual Conference

BOOK NOW FOR £100
  • Available to download from Monday 1st July
  • Pay by invoice or card

Recorded live and delivered directly to your screen.
Our virtual conference is delivered online and available to view on any device. Providing 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.

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Mental Health Lead Virtual Conference

£100
  • Pay by invoice or card

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 virtual conference.

BOOK NOW
virtual-conference

Mental Health Lead Virtual Conference

£100
  • Pay by invoice or card

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 virtual conference.

BOOK NOW

Recorded live and delivered directly to your screen.
Our virtual conference is delivered online and available to view on any device. Providing 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.

“Great knowledge and very clear interesting delivery. A structure to take back to school and start to use from the resources shown.”

What is a ‘virtual conference’?

Flexible viewing

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

Save time & money

No unnecessary time away from school with the opportunity to watch around your timetable. A cost-effective option which is much cheaper than a traditional conference.

Experts to you

Bringing the experts to you and your colleagues.

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“Excellent speakers with fantastic knowledge.”

Mental Health Greenpaper

Developed in line with ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health’ guidance

The Government green paper ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health’ July 2018, is part of proposed changes to children’s mental health provision. As part of these reforms, the government has outlined their support for all schools to identify a designated senior lead for mental health.  Their role will be to oversee the school’s approach to mental health and well-being. This in-depth conference has been created around the Department for Education’s proposals for the role and whole school model.

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Giving a thorough understanding of the mental health lead role

Designed with a practical application in mind this comprehensive conference will provide you with a thorough understanding of the mental health lead role, take away tools, strategies and ideas you need to lead effectively. You will develop a deeper understanding of the part the whole school environment plays in developing resilience and preventing difficulties from escalating. You will learn how to use current assets and resources to transform your school, engage parents, governors and hard to reach staff.

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A clear way forward for mental health in schools

This digitally delivered conference is 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.

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  • Introduction: 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.
  • Identifying vulnerability earlier and tools for measuring and evaluating impact. The 70/30 rule of prevention. Prevention versus crisis management.
  • Mental health and attainment, supporting mental health and special educational needs.
  • Understanding the importance of local networks and external agencies for improving mental health.
  • Understanding the part curriculum plays in ensuring good mental health, government guidance and good practice.
  • The wider school community, the importance of student voice, engaging parents/carers.
  • Staff well-being and workload.
  • Time to submit your questions to the experts. They will provide personalised responses within 24 hours.

What resources will I receive?

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

Who are the expert speakers?

Anna Bateman

Anna Bateman

Anna Bateman is a member of the advisory group for the Department of Education, advising them on their mental health green paper. With over 24 years’ experience in education as a teacher, trainer, consultant, and Interim Executive Board member, Anna has gained a fantastic understanding of pedagogy, school improvement, leadership and what works.

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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. Anna has experience of teaching across all the key stages.

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