Healthy MindED 2021

Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th May 2021

10am - 1.15pm - timings subject to change


Join us at the virtual Healthy MindED 2021

Over the last year, student and staff mental health and wellbeing has become a core focus for many schools as we continue to deal with the impact of the pandemic. Now in its fifth year, the conference will focus on helping you to understand how you can approach mental health within your role in school, exploring the legacy of Covid, the difference and relationship between mental health and wellbeing, building long term resilience and evidence-based approaches for your context.

Last year over 1,000 delegates joined us from across the country, making this a fantastic opportunity to connect with colleagues, learn from practitioners and experts and be supported in your role.






Healthy MindED 2021 is accredited by the CPD Certification Service. All registered delegates will receive an accredited certificate for their attendance. 

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Distinguish between mental health and wellbeing and understand the correlates that perhaps overlap but also allow us to think more clearly about how we design a better environment for children and young people.


This year's conference is taking place during Mental Health Awareness Week. Download the toolkit here.

Would you like to contribute to Healthy MindED 2021?

Apply to be a speaker today! You could deliver a live presentation or submit a prerecorded session.

Speaker Application Form

Staff Wellbeing

As a practitioner, it can be easy to focus on the needs of children and forget that your mental health and that of your colleagues matters too. Staff have been dealing with all of the same issues, potentially with the added stress of caring responsibilities and increased workload while they have worked to support the school community.


As well as the minor stresses of lockdown, some children will have faced more serious issues, with bereavements under difficult circumstances, and issues such as increasing rates of domestic abuse. Some families will have suffered from increased financial difficulties leaving children more vulnerable.


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*All prices are excluding VAT

Full MAT rates available contact us for pricing

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