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Home Learning Courses How can your school help make a good childhood? Mental Health and Wellbeing in a Church school WILTON 11/02/20

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by Claire Kielty last modified 16 Dec, 2019 10:00 AM

How can your school help make a good childhood? Mental Health and Wellbeing in a Church school WILTON 11/02/20

What opportunities does the SIAMS schedule’s focus on mental health and well being provide for your school to help create an environment for a good childhood.

What opportunities does the SIAMS schedule’s focus on mental health and well being provide for your school to help create an environment for a good childhood.
The Children’s Society will be presenting on their children’s subjective well-being research programme. This programme, over 10 years old, produces the annual Good Childhood Report and is one of the leading authorities on children’s well-being in the UK. They will provide delegates with:
- a snapshot in the latest trends in children’s well-being
- links between low well-being and mental-ill health
- ways to go about measuring and understanding well-being in schools
- ways to go about improving children’s well-being

There will also be opportunities to explore good and innovative practice and its application in your setting.

- links between low well-being and mental-ill health
- ways to go about measuring and understanding well-being in schools
- ways to go about improving children’s well-being
- ways to apply ideas in your own setting

Course details

Where The Diocesan Education Centre, Wilton, SP2 0FG
When 13:30 - 16:00, Tuesday 11 February 2020
Led by Dr Alexandra Turner, researcher mental health & well-being for The Children’s Society and Mandy Christopher
Course suitable for Headteacher’s and those with lead responsibility for mental health and well being in a school or MAT
Course category RE, Collective Worship & SMSC
Department School/Parishes
Availability Places available
PSA cost FREE TO ATTEND for all Church Schools
Booking deadline Sunday, 2 February 2020, 12:00am
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