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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.
It’s important that schools consider how children will have been affected during their time off. Social isolation has meant many children will have been deprived of social interaction, with recent research suggesting that the loneliness enforced by lockdown has led to an overall decline in life satisfaction for many.
Schools should also consider the mental health and wellbeing of their staff, particularly during a time when they will be expected to monitor and apply new daily routines and practice in what are uncertain and challenging times.
In this webinar, mental health and wellbeing expert Anna Bateman, discusses what the challenges might be for pupils and staff returning to school and provides practical ideas, policy guidance and improvement processes to help schools support their levels of happiness and wellbeing.
Understanding and applying the DfE guidance to help build a culture of mental health and wellbeing in schools
Recognising the importance of the mental health lead role and giving them confidence in being able to support staff and pupils
Identifying practical steps that can be taken to help prepare a school’s mental health provision in line with more pupils returning to school
Understanding the challenges that schools may face upon pupils and staff returning and understanding how to ensure minimal disruption to teaching and learning
Exploring where further advice and guidance can be sought and links to further reading
TimesavingI felt this webinar pulled together all the key things I needed into one place, saving me hours of scrolling through various documents. I would like to continue with this way of working rather than travelling somewhere to hear it live. Really professional and knowledgable presenterEve Howard, - Our Lady's Catholic High School
Post Covid Mental HealthCourse great! Solidified some of my own thinking and gave me a couple of ideas on how to deal with questions I had had, Thanks :-)Krystyna Berry, - St Benedict's Catholic School
WorthwhileA very intesting and informationive video. Has very good tips on how to help oursleves and others when we return to schoolrebecca ripley, - Trinity Church of England High School
Recovery CurriculumVery useful session. Whilst there was nothing 'new' as such it did provide a framework around how to move forward and a reminder on what is actually important.Nicky Rees, - Foundry College
informative webinar covering life after Covid succinctlyI hadn't been sure how to join the webinar, but simple chat function explained it to me in a jiffy. Once there, it was easy to navigate and was informative. I liked the fact that resources links were made available afterwards, to read at leisure, rather than having to try to digest them all during the webinar. The length of the webinar was ideal too, just an hour, which is long enough when sitting in front of a computer screen. Well pitched.Vivien McGarry, - West Derby School
Practical advice for return after isolationI found this interesting and practical. I feel all school leaders would benefit from watching this to support them in developing their plans for how we will deal with returning in September. I particularly liked the idea of a recovery curriculum.Elizabeth Rainey, Teacher - The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College
Looked after childReally good Webinar. Very clear, lots of useful informationSonia Pestana, - Poole High School
Very interesting .Michelle Stanhope, - Carrwood Primary School
ReflectionI found this to be a very useful mechanism to reflect and consolidate on all that I have read and accessed in the past weeks. It was very positively presented and provided me with the reassurance that I have considered most aspects of pupil and staff well being as well as my own ! I particularly liked the reference to removing the use of deficit language; instead use a positive narrative and look ahead. Thank you.Rita Tarrant-Blick, - Woodlands Primary School
Super webinarGreat webinar. Really useful advice with practical ideas to take away and use to ensure we address the whole school community in regards to mental health and wellbeing.Isabella Samuels, - Darrick Wood Infant & Nursery School
Very interesting to hear the ways in which children may have been feeling during lockdown.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Excellent webinar, very helpful. Many thanksJane Harris, - St Charles Catholic Primary School
Interesting, useful and thought provoking.I thought this was extremely useful and she'd managed to cover a large amount of ideas/materials in a way that wasn't overwhelming.Rebecca Mcgruther, - Ashcroft Technology Academy
Clear consistent topics covered.Melanie Marshall, Pastoral Manager - Withernsea High School Humanities College
Mental Health After IsolationA really comprehensive look at how to prepare for the return of students and staff when restrictions are eased. It gave me plenty to think about and will help inform planning going forwards - Thank youClaire Tomes, Child Protection Co-ordinator - Withernsea High School Humanities College
Valuable Steps on Returning to SchoolLots of practical ideas on returning to school and supporting pupils and staff. Clear approaches discussed with the focus on all pupils. The Recovery Curriculum explained in details. Very useful.Kathleen Tekiner, - Lancasterian Primary School
Helpful and relevantI found the information concise, relevant to the current climate and it provided me with practical help for staff and pupils. I will definitely use the ideas in this webinar to help my school community.Edward Kitchiner, Assistant Headteacher - Westfield School MK40 4HW
Supporting Pupil and Staff mental Health after Covid-19I found the course very important, because it gave me full information about mental health and how to prepare myself for our work when we return to school after a long period of isolation at home.Marita Minchola, - Stockwell Primary School
Thoughtful synthesis on the current situationHelpful to have a professional pull together all the information needed to support staff and pupils on the return to school.Catherine Jeffes, - Julian's School
Supporting Pupil and Staff Mental health after isolation.It was very informative and it gave me lots of ideas of how i can help support students and staff when we return to school.Victor Timberlake, - Tuxford Academy
Thought provoking for life after COVID-19This was an interesting Webinar which brought up various different things in relation to the return of pupils after lock down.Jessica Rudd, - Swanmore College Of Technology
Importance of mental healthGreat Webinar exploring the issues surrounding mental health and returning to schools post Covid 19. Great insight. Hope the things mentioned can actually be put in to practice.Suhail Tariq, Academic Mentor - Saltley Academy
Support for staff and pupils returning to school after COVID-19 lockdownExcellent webinar lots of useful informationKaren Godfrey, Support staff - Pield Heath House School
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