Free webinar - managing Covid-19 outbreaks in schools - Thurs 25th March 21

To be completed by: Thu 25 Mar 2021

Time: -Thu 25 Mar 2021 | Venue:

Hear the latest advice from health experts and Public Health England, alongside case studies of Headteachers in Bradford.

Thursday 25th March 2021 4pm to 6pm

Register your attendance here for the latest in our series of webinars, bringing together health experts and school leaders to ensure you have the information you need to operate safely.

In this session, our experts from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Public Health England will offer the latest advice and guidance. We will then hear from Bradford Headteachers who will cover how they are dealing with the current pandemic within their schools, and lessons learnt from this. Find out about progress with the new School Staff Wellbeing Support Service, and give feedback. The full agenda is:

16.00-16.10 Welcome - Mark Mon-Williams

16.10-16.20 Key health messages - Helen Jepps

16.20-16.40 Key Public Health messages - update - Duncan Cooper/Jorge Zepeda

16.40-16:50 Educational Psychology update - Ruth Dennis

16:50-17:00 School Staff Wellbeing Support Service (SSWSS) and Living Well Schools - Christian Bunting

17:00-17.30 Talking Heads (5 minutes each)

• The road back to normality

• Covid recovery: wellbeing and excercise

• The value of relationships and attachment for all children, including those with special needs

• Renewing schools relationships with their community

• Making schools happy, positive places for children in the Early Years

• Supporting children with communication and interaction difficulties after lockdown

17:30- 17:50 Breakout rooms - All

17.50-18.00 Concluding remarks - Mark Mon-Williams

The webinar can be accessed through the following Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 883 6354 7760

Passcode: 478983

You can access the recordings of our previous webinars here:

For any questions, please contact


Published: 18/03/2021
Audience: All schools
Contact: Abigail Traynor

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