Promoting good mental health and emotional wellbeing through a preventative curriculum

Venue
Webinar, Webinar
venue
Course Tutors
Karin Hutchinson / Kate Stockdale
tutors
Admin Contact
Target Audience
Classroom Teachers / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Newly Qualified Teachers / NQT +1
target audience
Course Types
Course
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Subject
Behaviour for Learning / PSHE, Citizenship and Healthy Schools
Event Description
The DfE, the new Ofsted framework and the mandatory curriculum for relationship education and health education all place a spotlight on mental health and wellbeing.

Through the PSHE and the new RSHE curriculum, which becomes statutory in September 2020, pupils can be helped to develop the knowledge, skills, language and attributes needed to promote positive mental health and wellbeing. This teaching contributes to safeguarding, resilience, aspiration, character and values education, providing pupils with strategies to keep themselves healthy and safe, as well as equipping them to support others who are facing challenge.

This course particularly explores the strategies and content for teaching positive mental health through the curriculum) [This course is not specific to a post Covid-19 response - see specialist course on Friday 11th September]
Training objectives
Learning outcomes

  • to identify factors impacting on children and young people’s emotional wellbeing and pressures they may be under

  • explore how the PSHE and RSHE curriculum can be delivered in a practical and relevant way to build skills to support positive mental wellbeing and help promote personal resilience

  • to consider how a safe learning environment can be created and maintained during lessons focussed on mental health and emotional wellbeing

  • identify resources to support teaching about mental health safely and effectively

Additional Information
Training is exclusively funded for Hertfordshire state schools who are working toward kite mark status.
Enquiries
Start Date
Monday 6 July 2020
End Date
Monday 6 July 2020
Closing Date
Sunday 5 July 2020
Times
09:30 - 11:45
Maximum Places
70 
Maximum places per establishment
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1