Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Webinars 2021
Providing guidance and practical advice to educators to help in supporting children and young people.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to the education sector with school closures, remote learning and increased workloads. Mental health and wellbeing has been negatively affected for both students and staff and we expect to see issues associated with the pandemic surfacing for many months if not years to come.
In our new series of wellbeing webinars we aim to equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to help support your students moving forward into 2021. Each 30 minute session will provide practical advice and guidance to help you create outstanding pastoral care in your setting. The information we share will also be beneficial for teachers and other staff too.
Each session will focus on a different aspect related to pupil/student mental health. Simply register your details below and you will receive joining instructions 1 week before each session. For those that can't attend on the day, recordings will be shared after each event.
Tuesday 26th January 12.30pm (GMT): Supporting students' mental health when studying from home
Tuesday 23rd February 12.30pm (GMT): Anxiety, Depression and Self Harm - spotting the signs
Tuesday 16th March 12.30pm (GMT): The impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) during the pandemic and how we can support vulnerable groups
Sarah recently joined the Safeguarding training team at MyConcern and is also training to be a counsellor.
Sarah’s background is in independent schools where she has worked as Head of Safeguarding and Boarding. She has over ten years’ experience of working with children from all different backgrounds, children with specific needs and from different cultures. Sarah is also trained in Youth Mental Health First Aid.
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Supporting students' mental health when studying from home
As schools all around the world continue to face the challenges presented by Covid-19, this webinar will look at how you can encourage and support your students to look after their mental health during times of blended or home learning.
Sarah will highlight some practical ways for students to work safely from home, whilst protecting their mental health.
Mental Health: Depression, Anxiety and Self Harm
This practical session will give practical guidance to educators so that you know how to spot the signs that a child is struggling and know what you can do to help.
Looking at the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) during the Covid-19 pandemic
In this session, Sarah will look at practical approaches and how children and young people can be best supported to resume normal life, or the 'new normal', over the coming months and years.