With child and adolescent mental health services under increasing pressure, schools play a crucial role in identifying and supporting children at risk of, or suffering from mental health problems. As the prevalence of mental health issues among young people continues to rise, it is essential that schools have the knowledge and the capacity to support affected pupils.
This Supporting Pupils’ Mental Wellbeing course is designed to provide you with an understanding of your responsibilities as a school and ultimately to improve your school’s mental health provision.
Hear from best practice case studies that highlight how your school can overcome the challenges surrounding mental health and promote a positive educational experience. Through interactive sessions and practical workshops, ensure that you comply with the legal duty of care and learn how you can create a mentally healthy school for pupils, parents and staff.
Chair’s Introduction and Clarification of Learning Objectives
Workshop: Pupils’ Mental Wellbeing: Challenges and Guidance
- Recognise the key challenges related to pupils’ mental health within your institution
- Explore government plans to improve mental health support for children and young people
- Identify signs of mental ill-health among pupils and explore different mental health disorders
- Tackle the use of negative coping strategies such as self-harm
- Learn a range of techniques that can reduce symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety among pupils
Case Study: Whole School Approaches to Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Examine the relationship between learning and emotional wellbeing and the impact that supporting pupils’ mental wellbeing can have
- Know what wellbeing in the school environment looks like
- Explore ideas and strategies to boost student wellbeing and happiness
- Learn how to embed a whole school approach to promote emotional health and wellbeing
Case Study: Effectively Supporting Pupils’ Mental Wellbeing in Schools
- Gain insight of an effective approach to pupils’ wellbeing and mental health
- Identify what resources can be used to support pupils with mental health needs both in and out of the classroom
- Share best practices on how to develop resilience, emotional wellbeing and mental health among pupils
- Learn how children with SEND are supported in all aspects of school life
- Consider parental influence and expectations and how best to deal with parents when it comes to pupils’ mental health
Legal Obligations for Schools
Take the opportunity to have your questions answered during this interactive legal session
- Understand the Legal Duty of Care
- Meet the Standard: schools’ responsibilities in promoting positive mental health and supporting pupils with mental health needs
- Clarify when interventions are appropriate and learn how to make referrals
Workshop: Practical Approaches to Promote Positive Mental Health in Pupils
- Examine strategies that can be used to support pupils’ mental wellbeing at all key stages
- Identify ways to promote positive mental health through PSHE including general resources, lesson plans and websites
- Gain insight into activities which can be used in group or 1-1 settings
- Understand what makes an effective intervention
Feedback, Evaluation and Close
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86 Edgware Road
020 7793 4200
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