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GHLL/Review Drop-in Workshop

A GHLL Lead teacher will be available all day. 

If you or your team need support in any area -  Policies - Curriculum - PinK -  RSHE - Review -  Healthy Schools - Mental Health......

Please drop in and see us at a time to suit you  - we will be there to help and support in whatever way we can.

If you are able to email before and give us an idea of when you might come and what you would like to look at that would be helpful. 

Or - just turn up!

We would love to see you. 

This session will be lead by GHLL Lead Teachers to give you practical support. Please bring a laptop with you and ensure you have logged onto your GHLL review.

 

To book, email ghll@gloucestershire.gov.uk

9th December 2021 9:30 - 16:00

Maisemore Village Hall

Mental Health - e-learning package (Train the Trainer)

Mental Health e-learning ‘Train the Trainer’ Course

This has been designed in conjunction with CYPS and is an incredibly accessible tool.

Course Aims

To help all primary and secondary school staff to understand the more common mental health problems children and young people may face.

To recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health problems

To guide a child or young person towards the right support

To help children and young people cope and manage their lives.

This course is for:

All primary and secondary school staff wishing to develop their knowledge and skills around Mental Health. It is intended that after receiving training, delegates will then ask questions on how to then deliver the package themselves. All participants will need a laptop or tablet and internet access to complete the session, which lasts 90 minutes.

If you would like the trainer to come in to school to deliver this FREE training, to arrange a date please email us with your name, school name, phone number and possible dates to ghll@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Contact us if you would like us to do this in your school

To be arranged with the school

Mental Health Lite Zoom On-line Training

A three hour course which will enable participants to gain a wider understanding, for themselves and others, of some issues surrounding mental health and how they might support the young people they work with.  You will receive a certificate after completing this training and returning your evaluation form. A Mental Health Lite booklet relating to the course will be sent at a later date due to current circumstances.

To reserve a place email ghll@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

2nd December 2021 9:00 - 12:00

On Line with Zoom

Mental Health Lite Zoom On-line Training

A three hour course which will enable participants to gain a wider understanding, for themselves and others, of some issues surrounding mental health and how they might support the young people they work with.  You will receive a certificate after completing this training and returning your evaluation form. A Mental Health Lite booklet relating to the course will be sent at a later date due to current circumstances.

To reserve a place email ghll@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

13th January 2022 9:00 - 12:00

On Line with Zoom

Mental Health Lite Zoom On-line Training

A three hour course which will enable participants to gain a wider understanding, for themselves and others, of some issues surrounding mental health and how they might support the young people they work with.  You will receive a certificate after completing this training and returning your evaluation form. A Mental Health Lite booklet relating to the course will be sent at a later date due to current circumstances.

To reserve a place email ghll@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

7th April 2022 9:00 - 12:00

On Line with Zoom

Mental Health Lite Zoom On-line Training

A three hour course which will enable participants to gain a wider understanding, for themselves and others, of some issues surrounding mental health and how they might support the young people they work with.  You will receive a certificate after completing this training and returning your evaluation form. A Mental Health Lite booklet relating to the course will be sent at a later date due to current circumstances.

To reserve a place email ghll@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

26th May 2022 9:00 - 12:00

On Line with Zoom

Preventing Sexual Bullying and Harassment

In the light of the 'Sexual violence and sexual harassment between children in schools and colleges Advice for schools document (September 2021), and the 2019 Education framework we would like to offer a workshop that looks at:-

 

 A whole school approach to help address/tackle sexual bullying and harassment 

 A selection of age appropriate curriculum content to help manage and prevent sexualised behaviours amongst children and young people

An opportunity to network and share good practice with colleagues

 

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1014224/Sexual_violence_and_sexual_harassment_between_children_in_schools_and_colleges.pdf

 

4th November 2021 9:30 - 15:30

Maisemore Village Hall
Church Road
Maisemore
GL2 8JE

Primary Mental Health for KS1 + KS2 - 'Sometimes my brain hurts'

A valuable training opportunity as part of our response to what CYP have said in the OPS about emotional health and wellbeing as well as something that will count towards schools accreditation for GHLL. This course will lift the lid on the mystery that surrounds mental health and shows teachers and support staff how to deliver sessions that encourage children to talk about mental health.

Delegates will each receive a copy of The Primary Mental Health Handbook. It is a very comprehensive resource with background reading and information, a DVD and lesson plans for Key Stage 2. The handbook contains all the worksheets and plans that may be photocopied and staff attending the training will have the opportunity to try out some of the activities to enable them to feel more confident.

Please note that the £30 GHLL charge for this course is a contribution towards the cost of the Primary Mental Health Handbook.

20th January 2022 9:30 - 12:00

TBA

Primary Relationships (Sex) and Health Education

Led by GHLL Primary teachers, this session will be introducing our new FREE resource to support the delivery of the new statutory R(S)HE curriculum and will guide teachers as they review and update their provision, in full consultation with their school community.

The session will cover:

  • Current statutory requirements for R(S)HE, including policies and curriculum content
  • Guidance for auditing and reviewing provision in your school
  • Understanding of the principles of good R(S)HE teaching
  • Suggestions for dealing with awkward questions, setting ground rules and managing parental concerns
  • Signposting to quality-marked free resources to support your curriculum
4th November 2021 9:15 - 11:45

Hatherley & Reddings Cricket Club
Shurdington Road
Cheltenham
GL51 3WL

Primary Relationships (Sex) and Health Education

Led by GHLL Primary teachers, this session will be introducing our new FREE resource to support the delivery of the new statutory R(S)HE curriculum and will guide teachers as they review and update their provision, in full consultation with their school community.

The session will cover:

  • Current statutory requirements for R(S)HE, including policies and curriculum content
  • Guidance for auditing and reviewing provision in your school
  • Understanding of the principles of good R(S)HE teaching
  • Suggestions for dealing with awkward questions, setting ground rules and managing parental concerns
  • Signposting to quality-marked free resources to support your curriculum
25th November 2021 9:15 - 11:45

Hatherley & Reddings Cricket Club
Shurdington Road
Cheltenham
GL51 3WL

Protective Behaviours - Keeping Myself Safe (On-Line Training)

'Keeping Myself Safe' is based on the Protective Behaviours programme and is a school-based resource designed to teach KS1 and Upper KS2 children:

 

•that they all have the right to be safe all the time

•how to recognise situations where they do not feel safe

•how to manage unsafe situations

•how to recognise their network of support

 

The resource can be used alongside other GHLL resources to help schools deliver elements of the new statutory requirements of the Relationships curriculum and in particular the ‘Being Safe’ theme.

 

*Note due to the interactive nature of this session, numbers are limited and will be issued on a first come first served basis.

 

16th June 2022 13:30 - 15:00

Online via Zoom

Relationship and Sex Education Secondary and Further Education

Relationships and sex education (RSE) should be delivered by competent and confident educators.

This new resource has been written and collated by lead teachers from GHLL and a specialist sexual health nurse. It is suitable for Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.

GHLL offers this course for delivery of Secondary RSE to support the continued professional development (CPD) of teachers, PSHE leads, school nurses, youth workers and others involved in teaching RSE and providing one-to-one advice to children and young people.

The training shows guidelines in what to deliver in the Secondary RSE programme, sample lessons, some resources available, useful links, and PowerPoints. Also, guidance on how to deal with sensitive issues.

The course will take staff through the resource showing how it can be used by new staff in it’s entirety or as a pick and mix for those with more experience who want information and resources for a specific area.

It will allow staff to deliver the RSE programme with confidence. It will also give suggestions on the essential RSE polices and information to parents.

18th November 2021 15:30 - 17:00

On Line with Zoom

Relationship and Sex Education Secondary and Further Education

Relationships and sex education (RSE) should be delivered by competent and confident educators.

This new resource has been written and collated by lead teachers from GHLL and a specialist sexual health nurse. It is suitable for Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.

GHLL offers this course for delivery of Secondary RSE to support the continued professional development (CPD) of teachers, PSHE leads, school nurses, youth workers and others involved in teaching RSE and providing one-to-one advice to children and young people.

The training shows guidelines in what to deliver in the Secondary RSE programme, sample lessons, some resources available, useful links, and PowerPoints. Also, guidance on how to deal with sensitive issues.

The course will take staff through the resource showing how it can be used by new staff in it’s entirety or as a pick and mix for those with more experience who want information and resources for a specific area.

It will allow staff to deliver the RSE programme with confidence. It will also give suggestions on the essential RSE polices and information to parents.

5th May 2022 15:30 - 17:00

On Line with Zoom

Self Harm Awareness Zoom Online Training

Outline
This course is open to all professionals who work in schools, including teachers, senior leaders, pastoral managers, tutors, learning support workers and parent support advisors.

Description
In response to the training needs of schools and adapting to the current situation of school closures, we are pleased to be able to offer school staff the opportunity to take part in an online CPD training session around self-harm. The aim of the session is to build confidence around the subject of self-harm by reducing stigma, anxiety and fear and will be delivered by Satveer Nijjar, an expert in her field /http://satveernijjar.com/
The 1.5 hour Zoom session will aim to include:

    • Statistics and definition of self-harm.
    • Why people turn to self-harm – triggers and functions.
    • Myths & language use.
    • How to support someone in your school who self-harms.
    • Broaching suspected self-harm.
    • Alternative strategies, focusing on stopping and more.

You can sign up to the session free of charge. You will then be sent the login details to participate in the session.

To book a place please email ghll@gloucestershire.gov.uk
28th April 2022 15:30 - 17:00

On Line with Zoom

Self Harm Awareness Zoom Online Training

Outline
This course is open to all professionals who work in schools, including teachers, senior leaders, pastoral managers, tutors, learning support workers and parent support advisors.

Description
In response to the training needs of schools and adapting to the current situation of school closures, we are pleased to be able to offer school staff the opportunity to take part in an online CPD training session around self-harm. The aim of the session is to build confidence around the subject of self-harm by reducing stigma, anxiety and fear and will be delivered by Satveer Nijjar, an expert in her field /http://satveernijjar.com/
The 1.5 hour Zoom session will aim to include:

    • Statistics and definition of self-harm.
    • Why people turn to self-harm – triggers and functions.
    • Myths & language use.
    • How to support someone in your school who self-harms.
    • Broaching suspected self-harm.
    • Alternative strategies, focusing on stopping and more.

You can sign up to the session free of charge. You will then be sent the login details to participate in the session.

To book a place please email ghll@gloucestershire.gov.uk
30th June 2022 15:30 - 17:30

On Line with Zoom

Staff Wellbeing On-line Training

Staff Wellbeing Training

This 90 minute session on-line with Belinda Heaven will allow staff chance to focus upon themselves and will include the following:
• An opportunity to share concerns and best practice
• An exploration of what helps during Covid and beyond
• Sign posting to resources
 

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To book a place please email ghll@gloucestershire.gov.uk

3rd November 2021 15:30 - 17:00

Online via Zoom

Staff Wellbeing On-line Training

Staff Wellbeing Training

This 90 minute session on-line with Belinda Heaven will allow staff chance to focus upon themselves and will include the following:
• An opportunity to share concerns and best practice
• An exploration of what helps during Covid and beyond
• Sign posting to resources
 

.

To book a place please email ghll@gloucestershire.gov.uk

10th February 2022 15:30 - 17:00

On Line with Zoom

Staff Wellbeing On-line Training

Staff Wellbeing Training

This 90 minute session on-line with Belinda Heaven will allow staff chance to focus upon themselves and will include the following:
• An opportunity to share concerns and best practice
• An exploration of what helps during Covid and beyond
• Sign posting to resources
 

.

To book a place please email ghll@gloucestershire.gov.uk

16th June 2022 15:30 - 17:00

On Line with Zoom

Transgender Awareness: Supporting Transgender Children and Young People

This workshop is delivered online via zoom and designed to be an information-gathering session with time to explore particular steps that could be considered as are commended pathway to supporting a young person who is questioning or looking for support with thoughts around their gender. This will be helpful for school staff, teachers, care workers, or anyone who is currently supporting a young person or a child professionally in the community.

The content has been carefully considered to cover both practical and emotional challenges, and how these may influence a young person and their surroundings whilst going through this experience. We talk through what affirming support is and its benefits and how organisational processes can support alleviating any additional stress for the person/s involved.

Topics also include gender-variant individuals, terminology and language, pronouns, the equalities act, and issues that may arise through this experience. 

Training Overview

Sarah (SJ) has both personal and professional experience in supporting Trans people and their families. With a private practice and a School Counsellor role, Sarah supports both children and adults through stages of questioning gender and who may be taking their thoughts further to transitioning. They have completed additional training with Gendered Intelligence and are a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

 

To Book: 

email ghll@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

 

18th November 2021 9:00 - 11:30

Online via Zoom

Transgender Awareness: Supporting Transgender Children and Young People

This workshop is delivered online via zoom and designed to be an information-gathering session with time to explore particular steps that could be considered as are commended pathway to supporting a young person who is questioning or looking for support with thoughts around their gender. This will be helpful for school staff, teachers, care workers, or anyone who is currently supporting a young person or a child professionally in the community.

The content has been carefully considered to cover both practical and emotional challenges, and how these may influence a young person and their surroundings whilst going through this experience. We talk through what affirming support is and its benefits and how organisational processes can support alleviating any additional stress for the person/s involved.

Topics also include gender-variant individuals, terminology and language, pronouns, the equalities act, and issues that may arise through this experience. 

Training Overview

Sarah (SJ) has both personal and professional experience in supporting Trans people and their families. With a private practice and a School Counsellor role, Sarah supports both children and adults through stages of questioning gender and who may be taking their thoughts further to transitioning. They have completed additional training with Gendered Intelligence and are a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

 

To Book: 

email ghll@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

 

27th January 2022 9:00 - 11:30

Online via Zoom

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

26th October 2021 9:30 - 11:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

27th October 2021 15:30 - 17:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

5th November 2021 13:30 - 15:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

10th November 2021 18:30 - 20:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

26th November 2021 13:30 - 15:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

30th November 2021 9:30 - 11:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

1st December 2021 18:30 - 20:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Early Years Return to Education WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

8th December 2021 15:30 - 17:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact Ula.Woolley@Gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Education Return Schools and Colleges WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Schools and Colleges

The aim is to support schools in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the on-going impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October and November 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all schools and colleges in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole school/college’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the school/college community, including pupils, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-School Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer for Schools and Colleges

 

4th November 2021 9:30 - 11:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact: Ula.Woolley@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Education Return Schools and Colleges WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Schools and Colleges

The aim is to support schools in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the on-going impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October and November 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all schools and colleges in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole school/college’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the school/college community, including pupils, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-School Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer for Schools and Colleges

 

12th November 2021 9:30 - 11:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact: Ula.Woolley@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Education Return Schools and Colleges WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Schools and Colleges

The aim is to support schools in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the on-going impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October and November 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all schools and colleges in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole school/college’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the school/college community, including pupils, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-School Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer for Schools and Colleges

 

17th November 2021 13:30 - 15:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact: Ula.Woolley@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Wellbeing Education Return Schools and Colleges WER 1 and WER 2

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Schools and Colleges

The aim is to support schools in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the on-going impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October and November 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all schools and colleges in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole school/college’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the school/college community, including pupils, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-School Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For more details, more dates and to book: EP Flyer for Schools and Colleges

 

25th November 2021 15:30 - 17:00

On-line with Zoom

For further details, more dates and to book, please contact: Ula.Woolley@gloucestershire.gov.uk

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