Training

Charlie Waller Memorial Trust - Mental Health Free mental Health Training.

The purpose of the training is to develop and support pastoral staff in recognising and identifying early signns of mental health and to support young people in between appointments  with basic therapy skills.The project will include:

  • 10 face to face sessions for staff
  • 3 local network meetings, to share and access learning
  • An online pathway through MindEd
  • 20 online webinars/ Q&As, recorded adn avaialble for free
  • Working with Dr Pooky Knightsmith
  • Weekly 30minute  online sessions, every Tuesday at 6pm from September 2016

 

Training  opportunities from SEF

Various training days and conferences available throught the Sex Education Forum, to support you in teaching SRE, read  further to learn how to book a place.

 

Mental health Toolkit for Schools

With an increase in diagnosis of Mental Health in young people, it is important we promote it to raise awareness.

Public Health England and Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families have developed a toolkit to support schools. The aim of the toolkit is to  raise awarenenss and measure subjective mental wellbeing of students. Schools can then use the data to identify mental wellbeing needs  and use appropriate strategies to support the students.

Download the toolkit here.