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 to teach you how to embed strategies that better support your pupils, ultimately improving 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 gain expert legal advice on effective interventions and referrals. 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.