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Promoting Mental Health and PSHE to Enable Academic Achievement for Children and Young People in Bucks

The 2018 Emotional Wellbeing in Schools Conference is being delivered by Buckinghamshire County Council's Public Health team in partnership with our local partners who are members of the Children and Young People's Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Group.

The main focus for this year’s conference will be drawing together the proposals within the Government’s Green Paper (Transforming Mental Health Services for Children and Young People) on children’s mental health in schools and PSHE.


The conference aims to:

Raise: awareness of how proposals of the Green Paper supports the provision of good qualty PSHE in promoting children and young people's mental health;
Provide: an opportunity to engage and share best practice for taking forward and implementing the proposals of the Green Paper;
Equip: attendees’ knowledge and skills by providing practical advice and resources to enable schools to implement 'whole-school' approaches to promoting mental health.

Delegates will leave this conference with a better understanding of how the Green Paper's proposals, relating to mental wellbeing in schools, supports the provision of good quality PSHE in promoting children and young people's mental health. Delegates will receive practical strategies for embedding a framework and foundation for the 'whole school' approach to promoting mental health.

Workshops:

How Can Schools Best Support the Mental Health of Children (for Primary schools in the morning session and Secondary schools in the afternoon session)

(delivered by Tara Porter, Anna Freud)


Mental Health & Wellbeing in the PSHE Curriculum (for Secondary schools in the morning session and Primary schools in the afternoon session)

(delivered by Karen Summers, PSHE Association)


Formulating a Mental Health Support Pathway for Schools (for both Primary & Secondary schools in morning and afternoon session)

(delivered by Carla Paice & Nette Hamnett, CAMHS)


Digital Resilience to Support Children & Young People's Mental Health (for both Primary & Secondary schools in morning and afternoon session)

(delivered by Graham Brigginsham, Thames Valley Police)


Provisional Agenda

8.30 Registration, refreshments and opportunity to visit the display stands
9.15 Conference starts
11.15 Break
11.30 Workshop 1
13.00 Lunch, networking and another opportunity to visit the display stands
14.00 Workshop 2
15.30 Closing Session and Evaluations
15.45 Conference ends

Detailed information about the conference can be found on our webpage.


We look forward to welcoming you to the Gateway Conference Centre on 27th November 2018.

Sign in will take place outside The Oculus within The Gateway Conference Centre.

Click the register button to secure your place and select workshops.

Please note: Places on this conference are limited to 2 per organisation and we are offering 4 workshops, of which you are able to attend 2. They will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please contact us at bucksccevents@buckscc.gov.uk if you require further information of have any questions about registering.



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Gatehouse Road

Aylesbury

HP19 8FF

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