Covid Webinar - Mental Health Special - Thursday 22nd April 2021

To be completed by: Thu 22 Apr 2021


Time: -Thu 22 Apr 2021 | Venue:


Bradford's next Covid Webinar will be a special event, looking at how we can best support Bradford's children and young people in their mental health and wellbeing.

We will have valuable input from mental health professionals, and school leaders. Kersten England, Chief Executive, Bradford Council will also be speaking.

4:00pm-5:30pm, Thursday 22nd April

Please see below the agenda:

16.00-16.05

Welcome

Mark Mon-Williams

16.05-16.10

Key mental health clinical messages - strategic route forward for services. Where we are now & long term vision.

Sasha Bhat, Head of Commissioning, mental wellbeing

16.10-16.20

Key Public Health messages - update

Duncan Cooper/Jorge Zepeda

16.20-16.30

Educational Psychology  update

Ruth Dennis

16.30-16.40

Emerging threads of pupil wellbeing, offer from Youth in Mind

Lisa Stead, Helen Ioannou

16.40-16.50

School Staff Wellbeing Support Service (SSWSS) and Living Well Schools

Christian Bunting

16.50-17.10

Talking Heads

Mental Health and working as a pathfinder school: John Skurr (UAK)

 Use of Teaching Assistants in mental wellbeing support: Rob Whitehead (Saltaire Primary)

Adapting curriculum to take into account of mental health: Sara Rawnsley (Newby Primary)

Working with Step 2: Lynette Clapham (Pennine Academy Trust)

Headteachers

17.10-17.25

Message from Kersten England (with time for Q&A)

Kersten England

17.25-17.30

Concluding remarks

Mark Mon-Williams

 

To register for the webinar please click the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/caer-webinar-covid-recovery-in-schools-mental-health-special-220421-tickets-147528290087

The event is suitable for school leaders, and also those with responsibility for mental wellbeing in schools.


Opportunity

Published: 19/04/2021
Audience: School leaders, and also those with responsibility for mental wellbeing in schools.
Contact: Abigail Traynor

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