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Sep 24

Creating a Whole School Approach to Mental Health & Wellbeing

24th September 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

mental health

We know that better Mental Health and Wellbeing in a school results in better:

  • Academic outcomes
  • Reduces staff absence and turn over and
  • Can reduce pressure on external services


This webinar will consider how schools can start to embed a whole school approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing, how they can make the changes meaningful, measure the impact and make a difference to the whole community.


You should attend this webinar if you:

  • Want a variety of actions to start the ball rolling in your school
  • Need help to build a business case for a whole school approach
  • Would like to be enabled to understand what it means to create a whole school approach.


Register here


About Lucinda Powell


Lucinda Powell supports teachers to use evidenced based psychology in all aspects of their classroom practice. She has a BSc in Philosophy and Psychology, an MA in Special and Inclusive education, is a qualified teacher and taught psychology from 2002-2017.


Since September 2017 she has been working as a Education Consultant specialising in mental health and wellbeing but is now focusing on how to apply psychology to classroom practice.


As well as presenting at numerous conferences and running staff training in schools,  she has worked closely with the AnDY Clinic at Reading University, as a coach on the School Mental Health Award at the Carnegie School of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools and leads the Oxfordshire Schools mental health and wellbeing network and is course author and associate lecturer for ITT at Coventry University.


As a mother of 3 boys, the eldest (16) of whom has ADHD & ASC and youngest (12) of whom is severely dyslexic, she has plenty of personal experience of supporting young people through their school career.


24th September 2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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