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Creating Brighter Futures for Young People in Education - Conference

Event code SCH 22/188 
Event description Good mental health and wellbeing has become increasingly important for children and young people to flourish in life and learning. The Education People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference is returning face to face in February 2022. We would love for you to join us whether you’re looking for new ideas, a fresh vision for your school/setting or developing strategies and toolkits.

Join us for a full day of presentations and workshops delivered by leading experts and practitioners, including Natasha Devon and Andrew Cowley, Benefit from proven strategies and resources to make a positive difference to your school.

Please see the attached documents for full information on the key notes and workshops, along with speaker biographies.

Highlights:

Proactive Wellbeing: don’t just react to mental health issues, but instead install a wellbeing culture that develops a preventative approach for staff, pupil, and family wellbeing.

Practical Strategies: build resilience, sustainable strategies, support transition and gain new approaches to support pupil and staff whose mental health has deteriorated throughout the pandemic.

Wellbeing Toolkits: gain access to high quality resource recommendations to enhance the emotional health of people in your school communities.

Key Topics Include:

Staff wellbeing / Managing pupil anxiety and low mood / Trauma informed practice / Inclusive Wellbeing / Preventing Teacher Burnout / Therapeutic Interventions / Leading cultures for wellbeing / Developing wellbeing curriculums

This year we are offering delegates the flexibility to choose between attending the conference in person with the opportunity to to network, or joining the event virtually through our online events platform (zoom). If you wish to attend online please book Event Code: SCH 22/189.
 
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All image Foundation image KS1 image KS2 image KS3 image KS4 image KS5 image 14-19/24 image 
Subject areas Health & Wellbeing
Target audience
Deputy Head / Education Welfare Officer / Family Liaison Officer / Governor / Headteacher / Leadership Team / SEN Co-ordinator / Teachers
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Qualification level
Venue
Ashford International Hotel, Simone Weil Avenue, Ashford, Kent, TN24 8UX map
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Location Ashford
Training Provider The Education People - Professional Development Service
Admin contact Joanne Hawker (joanne.hawker@theeducationpeople.org)
Facilitator/Tutor
Kelly Hannaghan
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Part of SLA? No
Kent LA cost
£195.00
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Other LA/Academy cost
£195.00
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Independent/PVI cost
£195.00
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Number of credits 18
Funding information £195 + VAT or 18 credits
Start date Thursday 24 February 2022
Times 09:15-16:15
Number of sessions 1