Wellbeing for Education Return DfE training

All schools are expected to attend this training. If you have not received it yet, there is a catch up course on 18th November: Part 1: 9 - 12 Part 2: 1 - 2.30 After this date, the training will only be available via pre-recorded video. Book via Skills4Bradford

This training has been rolled out to over 100 schools now to support them to meet the emotional needs of children post shutdown.
All schools are expected to attend and then cascade the training to their staff.

The Wellbeing for Education Return programme will support staff working in schools and colleges to respond to the additional pressures some children and young people may be feeling as a direct result of the pandemic, as well as to any emotional response they or their teachers may still be experiencing from bereavement, stress, trauma or anxiety over the past months.

 

If you have not received the training yet, there is a catch up course on 18th November:

Part 1: 9 - 12
Part 2: 1 - 2.30

After this date, the training will only be available via pre-recorded video.

Book via Skills4Bradford

 


Information

Published: 21/10/2020
Audience: Mental Health Leads / Pastoral Staff
Contact: Ruth Dennis

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