Leading a Mentally Healthy School (Primary and Secondary)
Rationale Developing a mentally healthy school is fast becoming a high priority objective for the DfE and OFSTED. This is captured in the new Safeguarding Policy drafted by Essex County Council in April 2018:
‘11. Promoting positive mental health and resilience in school
Positive mental health is the concern of the whole community and we recognise that schools play a key part in this. Our school wants to develop the emotional wellbeing and resilience of all pupils and staff, as well as provide specific support for those with additional needs…’
Supported by a Mentally Healthy School, training modules have been supported by Health Education England (HEE) and created by the School Development Agency (SDSA) in partnership with an expert group of educational psychologists, education consultants and mental health organisations.
About the Course This one day course is about LEADERSHIP of a mentally healthy school. It is specifically aimed at Senior Leaders and focuses on reflection of current provision and strategic planning to help develop a mentally healthy school.
To enable and empower Senior Leaders to put mental health at the heart of strategic school improvement.
To equip Senior Leaders with practical and sustainable approaches that can be implemented on return to school.
The following will be explored:
Ethos, culture and strategic leadership
What is Mental Health?
Why have a whole school approach to mental health?
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Flyer Please CLICK HERE to download a flyer for the course on 12 June 2020