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Mental Health and Well-being in Schools

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The Studio Birmingham

7 Cannon Street

Birmingham

B2 5EP

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The Conference, "Facing the Challenges of Mental Health and Well-being in Schools. Let's talk about it", will share current thinking and explore how to improve practice in schools. It will stimulate and inspire all educational professionals who have an interest in the future of education to reflect on how schools can meet the needs of young people. Expert speakers from Ofsted, MIND, ASCL, and leading researchers in Mental Health and Well-being will share current thinking and ideas, about the need for pastoral support in schools to meet the needs of young people. Workshops lead by professionals, with recent experience of responding to mental health needs in schools will share ideas about how schools can respond to the challenge of improving the well-being of learners. Delegates will have the opportunity to contribute to the discussion, about how to improve mental health in schools and leave with practical ideas about how to respond to the challenges faced by education, to develop systems and practices that improve the well-being of all learners.

Draft Programme

9-00 Arrival. Tea or coffee and a selection of pastries

9-20 Phil Jones Chair of NAPCE, ‘The importance of pastoral support in schools’

9-40 Tim Boyes CEO Birmingham Educational Partnership, Key Note Speech

10-20 Professor Stan Tucker and Professor Dave Trotman; ‘Recent Research into Improving Mental Health and Well-being in Schools’

11-00 Tea or coffee and snacks

11-20 Jonathan Jones HMI, Specialist Advisor for SEND. Ofsted views on the Schools role in Improving Mental Health

12-00 Anna Cole, Association of School and College Leaders, Parliamentary and Inclusion Specialist. The Headteacher’s Perspective on the Challenge of Improving Mental Health in Schools

12-45 Two course lunch

1-25 MIND How to assess and respond to mental health needs in schools.

2-00 WORKSHOP SESSION ONE

2-45 tea coffee and cookies

3-00 WORKSHOP SESSION TWO

3-45 Conference Close: Phil Jones Chair of NAPCE

WORKSHOPS

Workshop One Maria O’Neil, UK Pastoral Chat: Working Together with Parents to Safeguard Young People’s Digital Wellbeing

Workshop Two Celina Bennett, Educational Consultant: Using the SUMO Principles in Schools and how this can improve a Child's Mental Health and Well-being

Workshop Three Collette Lewis, Clinical Manager for Newman Health and Wellbeing at Newman University Birmingham: Smashing the Stigma around Mental Health

Workshop Four Catherine Harwood, Director of Whole School Wellbeing. School Provision for Mental Health and Wellbeing

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B2 5EP

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