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The rising challenge of mental health in schools
January 18 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
‘Wellbeing is preventative, proactive, universal and eco-systemic and I am not at all sure many educators in this country know what it means or how to begin! Amongst other things, it encompasses the quality of relationships and the protective factors in resilience which means it also addresses the wellbeing of teachers.’ – Dr Sue Roffey
Where are you in your journey towards leading mental health and wellbeing in your school? The Chartered College of Teaching’s Millais School network has organised an interactive session which will help any leader of mental health and wellbeing to develop their role further. Book your place online.
Dr Sue Roffey will open the event and deliver a keynote speech which will focus on mental health and wellbeing in schools. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend three different workshops in rotation:
- Dr Sue Roffey: The ASPIRE principles for healthy relationships and high social capital
- Cathy Jones: Mindfulness, yoga and breathing
- Claire Roberts, Director of Mental Health & Wellbeing, Magna Carta School, Surrey: Leading mental health and wellbeing in your school – making a start
Please note that this event is open only to those working in a school setting. This event is free and expected to be popular so please be considerate and let us know if you are unable to attend once you have booked a place. Parking will be available in the Main School Car Park sited to the left of the front of the school.