We are excited to invite you to join our inaugural Well Educated Event at The Elms in Colwall, Uk. Date TBC
In Person & Digital
As a professional who works with young people you may have heard children be labelled as “unruly” or “disruptive” or even “shy”. However, often the root cause of their adverse behaviour isn’t recognised and the child is left drowning in a sea of unrecognised troubles and fears.
Not only does this render the child powerless, desperately struggling with their feelings and emotions, but it can also impact their academic achievements which impacts the overall school performance and reputation. You’ll also be aware that the new ISI framework takes “Pupils’ physical and mental health and emotional wellbeing” into account when assessing schools.
We understand that in your influential role, you play a crucial part in their development and wellbeing. We’re excited to invite you to attend an informative and educational event that focuses on the importance of understanding the mental health of young people.
During this event, you will have the opportunity to hear from experts in the field of child and adolescent mental health. You will learn about the latest research, best practices, and useful tools that can help you support young people who may be experiencing mental health challenges.
This event is designed for anyone who works with young people, including teachers, counsellors, Heads of Pastoral Care, and other professionals. We understand that the mental health of young people is a complex issue, and our goal is to provide you with the knowledge and resources you need to help your students thrive.
The event begins
To help you gain a holistic understanding of mental health and wellbeing we will be covering a range of topics including:
Importance of nature for the mind
The importance of movement
Staff and parent wellbeing
The anatomy of grief
What you'll learn
By having a deeper and more holistic understanding of the mental health of young people, you will be able to improve your communication, empathise more effectively, accurately identify mental health concerns, create more effective interventions, and address underlying issues related to trauma and adversity.
With knowledge of resilience and well-being, you will be equipped to help prevent mental health issues from arising. This understanding will also enhance your relationships with the young people and families you work with and open opportunities for professional development and career growth.
Furthermore, there will also be additional opportunities in:
Practical Strategies: Gain new and innovative tools to help support development of emotional and somatic intelligence vital for mental well-being and resilience.
Resources: Access two days of practical sessions jam packed with key takeaway resources to ensure that you leave better prepared to engage with the needs of young people today. Keynote and panel sessions will also be recorded and available to you to watch again later at your leisure.
Networking: This is an exciting opportunity to network with world experts and engage with like-minded colleagues, parents, and professionals. Discover new concepts, schools, programmes and modalities that all have the mental well-being of our children and teachers as their top priority.
Featuring Key Speakers:
Join Us for the Event of the Year
By developing your understanding and skills in the area of mental health, you’ll be well-positioned for professional development and career growth opportunities.
Above all, you will be playing a crucial role in creating a better future for young people.
Make sure you take advantage of our Early Bird ticket for parents for just £149 for all-day access to workshops and presentations.
Join us for one of the biggest events in educational mental health of the year!