It’s now estimated that three children in every classroom have a diagnosable mental health issue.
Our Supporting Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools course has been designed to provide school staff with the practical tools and strategies they need to help improve the outcomes for children who need mental health support.
I have really enjoyed this course. I have found it very informative and the tutor was extremely helpful. It has really opened my eyes and mind and It has made such a difference regarding my role as an educator.
Our Supporting Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools course is perfect for those who work with children in schools, such as teachers, teaching assistants, SENCO’s and school leaders. The target age range is compulsory education (4-18 years) but the course may also be useful in early years settings. Our course will also be of benefit to parents of children looking for support and more information on mental health and wellbeing.
Pre and post-course evaluations from our course participants demonstrate significantly increased confidence in the ability to implement effective strategies to support pupils.
As of August 2019
Mental health disorders can affect classroom learning and social interactions, both of which are critical to the success of students. This new course looks at the potential impact that mental health problems can have on pupil outcomes and shows you how to create mentally healthy schools where pupils can thrive.
This way of training has created a relaxed and stress-free way of learning, making it easy to learn new skills and further my knowledge.
On successful completion of the course, participants will be able to: