It is estimated that one in ten children and young people have a diagnosable mental disorder. As the prevalence of mental health issues among young people continues to rise, it is essential that independent schools have the knowledge and the capacity to support affected pupils. Given that child and adolescent mental health services are under increasing pressure, schools play a crucial role in promoting positive mental wellbeing and preventing mental illness.
This Supporting Independent School Pupils’ Mental Wellbeing training course is designed to help you overcome the challenges surrounding mental health and to promote a positive educational experience in your school.
Featuring interactive sessions and practical workshops, this course covers key issues including how to identify mental health issues, prevent poor mental health from being a barrier to achievement and ensure compliance with the legal duty of care.
Hear from best practice case studies that explore how to tackle the negative impact of social media on pupils and identify key resources that can be used to support pupils’ with mental health needs.
This one-day interactive course will also provide you with the unique opportunity to develop a personalised action plan to support pupils’ mental health and ultimately embed excellence within your institution.