Mental health and wellbeing is fundamental to helping pupils, staff and school communities thrive as part of a strong, connected whole school provision. This short course uses evidence-based research to support leaders to audit their mental health provision as part of school improvement practices.
The Auditing Mental Health Provision in Schools course supports leaders through the process of auditing their mental health provision against the eight principles identified by Public Health England. With an increased focus on mental health and linkage to OFSTED, this short course and audit tool will aid schools to evidence their practice and plan next steps for improvement.
Delegates attending our courses for Senior Mental Health Leaders are required to complete this as part of the wider training package.
This short course will:
● Support understanding of the eight principles of whole-school mental health provision
● Use research and evidence-based practice to audit your school’s mental health practice
● Support leaders to understand the audit process
● Provide a digital toolkit to use for the auditing process
● Headteachers and SLT
● Senior Mental Health Leads
● Pastoral leads
This course is easy-to-access in any of the below formats...
Our in-service training provides exciting and dynamic ways to inspire, challenge and develop your staff, whether they are Teaching Assistants, Teachers or Senior Leadership.
Your first point of contact would be with our Head Office team, who will identify your needs and priorities and ensure that the accompanying training materials we provide are of the very best quality.
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