We help you to develop the key knowledge, skills, and behaviours, whether you are a beginner or at an advanced level
12 Hours Live Accredited Training (face to face or online)
+ 2 Hours One-To-One Coaching
+ 6 or 7 Hours Group Coaching and Peer Networking
Giving you the training and coaching support you need to across a year to thrive in your role, create impact and to embed a whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing across your school or college.
Assisting you in Evaluating your School or College
Supporting you in building you own whole school Mental Health and Wellbeing Development plan
Creating strong foundations for Mental Health and Wellbeing, which can be implemented into your setting to support the improvement of behaviour, attendance and attainment.
Providing templates, plans and reviewing systems
Encouraging Wellbeing Action Planning to raise students' voice, increase awareness of their needs and the actions that they can take to positively impact their own wellbeing.
Raising awareness on spotting signs and symptoms, what interventions, signposting and resources you can put in place as part of a student’s Mental Health Action Plan as well as procedures for effective referrals.
Supporting you to indentify those groups that may be more at risk
Provides techniques to deliver change with impact successfully
Establishes how you can build on existing systems, implement new and measure impact to successfully meet core outcomes in the Mental Health Green Paper (2017)
Aimed Outcomes and Impact
Mental health and wellbeing is promoted through the culture, curriculum, environment and ethos created by the senior leadership team and cascaded through the whole school via staff to students and their families- meeting the 8 principles.
Mental health and wellbeing is part of school long term priorities, is measured and outcomes are evaluated by leadership and management.
- Appropriate community links, supports and networks have been developed.
Staff know how they can help themselves and those around them, including those more at risk.
Improvement in behaviour, attendance, attainment, success of referrals and student social and emotional outcome
Reduction in acute incidents and external referrals.
Improvement in overall staff wellbeing demonstrated by a reduction in sickness levels and retention of staff.
An openness to talk about mental health early, rather than struggling alone because the whole school feels supported and able to receive appropriate intervention