Beyond catchup and recovery: An inclusive approach to student wellbeing and mental health

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Beyond catchup and recovery: An inclusive approach to student wellbeing and mental health

24 Mar 2022
Teaching & Learning Theatre
Wellbeing
Explore the impact of the pandemic on young people and professionals, across all phases in education. This panel discussion will help you capture ideas on how to develop an inclusive wellbeing approach, from a strategic position and will offer research and insights into key trends of mental health needs. Hear from leading experts in the field of mental health and wellbeing, to help you uncover needs for students and staff, develop proactive strategies, and effectively monitor and measure impact. Discover how to create a culture of resilience through long term sustainable strategies and the implementation of purposeful wellbeing and positive mental health intervention.
Chairperson
Kelly Hannaghan, Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultant - The Education People
Speakers
Gemma Oaten, Actress and Manager and Patron of SEED - SEED Eating Disorder Support Services
Matt Crawford, Trust Leader & Executive Headteacher - Embark Federation Multi-Academy Trust
Jack Keeler MBE, School Governor - Park Way Primary School

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