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Creating a Mental Health Friendly School

Date:
Thursday 7th March 2019
Time:
9.30am-3.30pm

Location: The Exchange, Twickenham (75 London Road, Twickenham, TW1 1BE)

There are significant mental health challenges facing all our schools. There are also a number of national initiatives underway to address these. St Mary's University and Maudsley Learning (part of a global centre of excellence for mental health research and training) are proud to work together to focus on this important area.

This day-long conference brings together experts to showcase a range of initiatives and would be of significant interest to teachers in leadership roles, designated leads and any colleagues who want to help create more mental health friendly schools.

Sessions

Opening Keynote
  • Maudsley Learning: Crossing Boundaries - Helping to bring NHS mental health expertise into schools
Closing Keynote
  • St Mary's University: Creativity at the Heart of a Mental Health Friendly School
Workshops
  • Fiona Wilson: Emotionally Informed Learning 
  • Susannah Robert: Mindfulness in schools 
  • Jenny Day and Anna Lise Gordon: Nurturing teachers from ITE onwards 
  • Viki Veale: The power of outdoor learning for younger learners
  • Tony Ulatowski: Body Mind Breath™ approach in the primary school
  • Sophie Browning: CUES: an award-winning innovative primary school classroom-based workshop programme
  • Irene Sclare: DISCOVER: an award-winning innovative schools based workshop programme for 16-18s
  • Ben Baig: Child & Adolescent Mental Health: research in action 
  • Crispin Day: Working effectively with parents to meet children's needs 
  • Stephen Scott: Whole school approach to reducing bullying and increasing wellbeing: evidence 
  • Chris Attoe: Simulation training working with Children, Young People and schools 
  • David Gumbrell: Who comes first? The pupil or the teacher? 
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Date:
Thursday 7th March 2019
Time:
9.30am-3.30pm

Find out more

For more information about this event please email annalise.gordon@stmarys.ac.uk.

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