Mental Health courses
The two-day programme is aimed at senior leaders of all phases to enable reflection and action planning around whole-school approaches to mental health provision.
The programme has been developed by Health Education England (HEE) and the School Development Support Agency (SDSA) in partnership with an expert group of educational psychologists, education consultants and mental health organisations and responds to the areas highlighted in the recent Green Paper – ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision’ (December 2017).
Leading a Mentally Healthy School aims:
- to enable and empower senior leaders to put mental health at the heart of strategic school improvement.
- to equip senior leaders with practical and sustainable approaches that can be implemented on return to school.
On completion of the course schools will have developed a personalised action plan and policy linked to mental health provision in their school.
Module 1: Ethos, culture and strategic leadership
• What is mental health?
• Why have a whole school approach to mental health?
• The importance of ethos and culture.
• Strategic planning.
Module 2: Policies and procedures for impact
• Policies and leadership.
• Signs and symptoms.
• Procedures for impact.
- Venue: Southfield School, Haycliffe Lane, Bradford, BD5 9ET
- Date: Tuesday 22nd January 2019 and Tuesday 12th February 2019
(2 Day Course) 9-4pm
- Suitable for: SLT (only 2 staff members form each school)
Cost: £250 per delegate
For more details or to book a place on any of our courses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or ring the Shanidar TSA office on 01274 779662 (ext. 199).
SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH AWARD
We are working with Carnegie Leaders to share and promote good practice being developed through schools that are participating in the School Mental Award. For further infromation about the course click here