Mental Health and Wellbeing: Supporting Schools’ Response to the DHSC’s Call for Evidence on a New 10-year Plan


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Webinar Duration: 1 hour 12 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide headteachers, governors, senior leaders and all school staff with an expert overview of the DHSC’s discussion paper and call for evidence on a new, 10-year national mental health and wellbeing plan.

On 14 April 2022, the DHSC published its Mental health and wellbeing plan: discussion paper and call for evidence. The open consultation seeks views on six key areas that will shape a new cross-government plan for mental health and wellbeing which aims to improve mental health and wellbeing outcomes, particularly for people who experience worse outcomes than the general population. The consultation will close on 5 July 2022.

In this webinar, Anna Bateman, subject matter expert on mental health and wellbeing, who has worked in an advisory role for the DfE, will explore each of the six areas in more depth, including what the government aims to achieve, how they are looking to implement their objectives and what questions they are seeking schools’ views on.

Learning Outcomes

  • Gaining insight into the DHSC’s mental health and wellbeing plan: discussion paper and supporting schools' response in light of experiences in their own settings.

  • Understanding the government’s rationale for developing a new 10-year mental health and wellbeing plan, and the need for a radical approach that addresses inequalities.

  • Recognising how the government aims to promote positive mental wellbeing and address the complex root causes of mental ill-health, particularly during early years and childhood.

  • Appreciating what government aims to introduce with respect to early intervention and how they are looking to improve quality and effectiveness of treatment for conditions.

  • Understanding the call for evidence on supporting people living with mental health conditions, and people living in crises, and the importance of engaging in the consultation.

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