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Training and Development

Reducing barriers to learning.


Ensuring effective training and development for staff in a school environment is vitally important to staffs own personal and professional development, the development of the children and young people in the school, and the health of the whole school community.

Please be aware that this page is updated as regularly as project staffing allows. If you know of any training that should be listed here, please contact us as:
Info@emotionallyhealthyschools.org

   #AntiBullyingWeek

It's not too late to register:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/anti-bullying-week-2021-one-kind-word-celebration-event-tickets-183617423657

We will be joined by some amazing speakers to highlight the importance of Anti-Bullying Week & the need to spread the One Kind Word message

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   #KindnessMatters

NB: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/

Did you know kindness can help reduce stress and improve our emotional wellbeing? Research shows that being kind has clear benefits for our mental health. Find out more about what these benefits are from the kindness matters guide

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/kindness/kindness-matters-guide?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

Mental Health Foundation
   5 Steps Seminars

NB: Anna Freud

The Anna Freud Centre has launched its 5 Steps to Mental Health and Wellbeing Framework, a simple, free and interactive tool to help schools develop a whole setting approach on their own terms. We will be holding five seminars throughout the year based on each of the steps: Leading ChangeWorking TogetherUnderstanding NeedPromoting Wellbeing and Supporting Staff.

Our latest 5 Steps seminar - Promoting Wellbeing was held on Thursday 4th March 2021.

Click here to download the presentation slides.

Our next seminar will be 5 Steps: Working Together on 29th April. Click here to book your place.

   A range of great Derby websites

Continue to provide support for the important work underway in schools to support staff, pupils and families in schools. Each of them has live resources and a rolling programme of supportive activity and training for schools. Visit them to see what’s available:

   Boundaries, Rest and Letting go

NB: EducationSupport

We’re bringing together a panel of experienced #teachers, #HR leads and #mentalhealth experts, who will give advice and tips on:

*Setting boundaries

*Making time for rest

*Letting go of work

Tickets and more info: http://ow.ly/xIzW50JBOGB

   Can we make prevention in mental health really work?

www.annafreud.org

The Transformation Seminars are a series of free online events where we contemplate the future of children and young people’s mental health. Join us as we ask some of the most eminent names in mental health: what would most contribute to a transformation of our approach to mental health?

The case for prevention and early intervention in mental health is well established and the potential benefits in health and economic terms are frequently stated. Yet, progress in the widespread implementation of effective prevention is slow and challenging.

There are multiple reasons for this, and in this talk Professor Paul Ramchandani wants to discuss some of the hard truths and challenges we face if we are to make prevention a reality.  Including, but going well beyond the Child and Adolescent Mental Health system.

The next one is on 2 November and you can book your place here: https://bit.ly/3pdNfoQ

   Derby City Schools Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference

“Securing a strong mental health and wellbeing culture for your pupils and staff”


Tuesday 15th March 2022 9am-3.45pm at Pride Park Stadium DE24 8XL


This conference is for Designated Senior Mental Health Leads, Senior Leaders, Pastoral Staff, Learning
Mentors, SENCOs, Teaching Assistants and key partners and stakeholders. The cost is free for
Designated Senior Mental Health leads (including supply costs) and £50 for all other practitioners.
Key-Note Speakers include Nina Jackson -the importance of staff wellbeing and Tamba Roy - the importance of children and young people's wellbeing.
Schools will learn best practice to install a wellbeing culture in school that is pro-active and the means to feel positive about your school approach. Sessions will provide information about positive evidence-based practical strategies to help promote the mental health and wellbeing of the school community and the local provision on offer to support the prevention and early intervention of mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
Contact Jayne.hadfield@derby.gov.uk with enquiries.

   Derby OA Inclusion Conference & Showcase

Schools are invited to attend the following conferences. Places are funded through the OA Inclusion Programme so they’re free to attend and schools are welcome to bring along several members of staff including Head Teachers, Senior Leaders, Behaviour Leads, SENCOs, Pastoral Leads, Governors, Trustees, Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

OA Inclusion Conference and Showcase
Thursday 5th May, Pride Park Stadium
8:30am-1pm

Booking link: OA Inclusion Conference (google.com)

Join us for a morning of networking where we will showcase the work of the OA Inclusion Programme, share our social impact research, launch our Inclusion Charter and look ahead to the future vision for inclusive schools.
Keynote Speaker: ‘Tune in and hear me’ Dr Carrie Grant MBE, Broadcaster, Vocal and Leadership Coach and Campaigner.

   Don’t forget to book on….

Derby City Schools Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference

Securing a strong mental health and wellbeing culture for your pupils and staff

Tuesday 15th March 2022

9am-3.45pm

Pride Park Stadium DE24 8XL

Key-Note Speakers:

Nina Jackson -the importance of staff wellbeing Tamba Roy - the importance of children and young people's wellbeing

Outcomes:

Schools will learn best practice to install a wellbeing culture in school that is pro-active and the means to feel positive about your school approach.

Schools will be aware of a range of positive evidence-based practical strategies to help promote the mental health and wellbeing of its school community.

Schools will be aware of the local provision on offer to support the prevention and early intervention of mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.

Who should attend?

Designated Senior Mental Health Leads, Senior Leaders, Pastoral Staff, Learning Mentors, SENCOs, Teaching Assistants and key partners and stakeholders

Cost: Free for Designated Senior Mental Health leads (including supply costs) £50 for all other practitioners

Plus FREE virtual training for all Midday Supervisors and Mental Health Governors

To book your place at the conference please contact Jayne Hadfield at SpecialistSupport@derby.gov.uk Please note bookings will close on Friday 18th February

   Five ways to increase your happiness in 2022!
Art of Brilliance

NB: https://www.artofbrilliance.co.uk/happiness-webinar-february-2022/

Come and join our amazing webinar led by the Brilliant Doctor of Happiness, Andy Cope.

You will hear tips and techniques to help you be more positive and motivated. In short, we will remind you how to be your best self.

Andy is a sought-after keynote speaker and authority on employee engagement, wellbeing and human flourishing.

Andy studied happiness for 12 years for his PhD, so has an extensive knowledge of the subject.

So come and have fun and join in a thought-provoking session and put that extra spring in your step!

   From Mental Health to Mental Wealth

www.artofbrilliance.co.uk

At the art of brilliance their NEW Wellbeing Award can transform your team’s mental health! They want people to feel confident, resilient, creative, motivated, empathetic, agile, & who have real purpose in their lives. This programme equips them! Full details here:

https://artofbrilliance.co.uk/wellbeing-award/…#wellbeingaward

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   Funded training opportunities

NB: Derby & Derbyshire Emotional Health & Wellbeing NHS Derby & Derbyshire CCG

These exciting virtual training opportunities are for Derbyshire and Derby City Professionals working with children and young people, and are fully funded by NHS Derby and Derbyshire CCG

To book a place on any of the sessions, please visit the website

 derbyandderbyshireemotionalhealthandwellbeing.uk/

   How can teachers get the most out of relationships with the parents and carers of their students.

NB: www.educationsupport.org.uk

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Register for our free webinar for practical tips from a fantastic panel of experts: http://ow.ly/AZfP50F6cFp

   Mental Health First Aid Training Available

Derbyshire County Council have launched new training dates to increase awareness, knowledge and skills across Derbyshire.

There are two Mental Health First Aid courses available, one for supporting adults and one for supporting young people. Youth courses are available free of charge, with Adult courses available at a subsidised rate for Derby City Schools.

You can find more information about the range of courses here or get in touch with us using the contact us page.

   Mental Health Masterclasses

NB: leedsbeckett.ac.uk

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Please note there is a cost for the masterclasses. https://t.co/CwU2cDkxbo

   Mind Derbyshire

NB: www.derbyshiremind.org.uk

Derbyshire Mind are bringing you a week free activities focusing on nature and mental wellbeing.

Please get involved and book tickets to the activities that interest you.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

   School Mental Health Specialist -DFE Assured

@Minds_Ahead - Train whilst you work.

When we researched the School Mental Health Specialist programme, we found that headteachers want to have a member of staff on site, working for them as a part of their team, trained in #mentalhealthsupport.

Read more https://bit.ly/3vKlOEF

Why School Mental Health is important right now. Calling all teachers and support staff! Learn more about this DfE assured qualification for schools and colleges. Get the brochure, and enquire now.

School Mental Health Specialist – DfE assured

   Standard for Teachers’ Professional Development

Effective professional development for teachers is a core part of securing effective teaching. It cannot exist in isolation, rather it requires a pervasive culture of scholarship with a shared commitment for teachers to support one another to develop so that pupils benefit from the highest quality teaching. The thousands of professional decisions that must be made every day need to be informed by the best evidence, knowledge and professional wisdom.

Please see the standard here:

   The Kindness Principle Conference For Derby City Schools

Delivered by Dave Whitaker

Free to attend for Derby City Schools. Thursday 30th June 2022 Pride Park Stadium

Use the link to book your place;

https://emotionallyhealthyschools.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/The-Kindness-Principle-Conference-For-Derby-City-Schools-1.pdf

   The Wellbeing Workout kicks off today at 4pm……
The Wellbeing Workout is designed as a mental health ‘6-pack’. The 6 webinar programme is designed to equip you with knowledge, skills and know-how to upgrade to ‘best possible self’ more often... and it starts today at 4pm.

The Wellbeing Workout is hosted live via Zoom - Today's session features Dr Andy Cope, presenting "The Art of Being Brilliant - Your Wellbeing Launch Pad". The session starts at 4pm and will be available on catch-up tomorrow.

   Upcoming FREE webinars on mental health in school and colleges​

Webinars for teachers, school and college leaders

https://t.co/Ol7szcoijW?amp=1