Following on from the webinar held on the 15th July (this webinar can be viewed here
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWtXogjSrMzc7FhI5_NwKos_f_lKUK54J), the Centre of Applied Educational Research (CAER) are holding a second webinar session aimed at school leaders, giving a further opportunity for a dialogue with health experts
who understand the data and science of the pandemic and who want to help you ensure you have the knowledge and confidence to re-open your schools safely.
You will be able to hear from the same panel of experts regarding the most up to date health and research information:
Prof. John Wright – Director of the Bradford Institute for Health Research
Helen Jepps (tbc) - Clinical Director for Paediatrics
Sasha Bhat - Head of Commissioning - Mental Wellbeing
Duncan Cooper - Consultant in Public Health
Followed by a Q&A session giving you the chance to ask key questions concerning the re-opening of schools and the health and wellbeing of pupils and staff. You can submit questions in advance by emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org . There will also be the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar.
CAER will also be promoting a new resource booklet they have pulled together to assist schools in thinking holistically about the needs of children as they return to school – your feedback and input into this will be invaluable going forwards to shape the
research agenda for CAER.
If you would like to attend, please register here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/re-opening-schools-safely-a-webinar-for-school-leaders-tickets-117420432675 or contact
email@example.com to register your interest and request the zoom details.
CAER are also really proud to be holding a joint conference with Stanford University on
the 27th August, 4-6pm. We would love to invite you to join us virtually, and again this will be recorded and shared following the event.
The Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences in partnership with Born in Bradford and the Centre for Applied Education Research cordially invite you to join a virtual conference where we will learn how researchers in the US and UK are tackling
these issues. This multidisciplinary conference will bring together researchers, school leaders, and local policy makers from Yorkshire and the Bay Area to share evidence that can inform teachers, children, and their families as we work together to recover
from the COVID-19 pandemic. It will also provide opportunities for shared evidence generation and collaboration across thematic areas and geographies.
For more information, or to register for this event, please visit