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MENTAL HEALTH AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING

One in ten children and young people aged 5 to 16 has a clinically diagnosed mental health disorder and around one in seven have less severe problems.


Helping your school to develop children and young people’s resilience and promote positive mental health

Schools have an important role in supporting children and young people to be resilient and mentally healthy. One of the key elements is having a curriculum that includes:
• social and emotional skills
• that mental health is as important as physical health
• what to do to maintain positive health
• what affects mental health
• where to go for advice and support

Schools that have well planned mental health curriculum taught by confident and knowledgeable teachers, can have a positive impact on well being, self esteem and achievement and can also help to reduce the stigma of mental health problems

The benefits:

• Ideas, advice and support on ways to promote positive mental health across the school based on evidence and good practice
• Expert information and advice on teaching approaches and resources
• Access to example policies and guidance

This offer is fully funded for Camden Maintained Schools, costs for non Camden or Independent Schools available on request.


CONSULTANCY AND SUPPORT


  • Teaching about mental health in primary schools.
  • Teaching about mental health in secondary school
  • A framework for mental health and resilience in schools
  • Developing a mental health and wellbeing policy


SCHOOL BASED TRAINING


  • Circle time


CENTRAL TRAINING



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