Healthy MindED 2022
Friday 20th May
Venue The Fed (formally known as the Lancastrian Suite, Gateshead)
Approx. 9am - 4pm
Despite the easing of restrictions, schools have continued to face significant Covid-related disruption this academic year. This has had an impact not just on educational ‘catch-up’, but also on mental health and wellbeing, for students and staff.
Now in its sixth year, the conference will look at the ongoing impact of the pandemic on mental health and wellbeing, as well as the perennial challenges that have been exacerbated.
With a close connection between mental health and behaviour, the conference will also have a strand on supporting challenging behaviour in schools, bringing our annual Supporting Challenging Learners conference and Healthy MindED together as one event.
This will be a fantastic opportunity to connect with colleagues, learn from practitioners and experts and be supported in your role.
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Healthy MindED 2022 is accredited by the CPD Certification Service.
All registered delegates will receive an accredited certificate for their attendance.
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Mental Health, Wellbeing and Behaviour
With a close connection between mental health and behaviour we have made the decision to merge our annual Supporting Challenging Learners and Healthy MindED conferences together. As well as dedicated sessions focused on mental health and wellbeing, we will also have a strand on supporting challenging behaviour in schools.
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 asthe day-to-day stresses of lockdown and the pandemic, some children will have faced more serious challenges, 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.
- Primary Partner School Delegate: £80
- Secondary Partner School School Delegate: £93
- Non-Partner Primary Delegate:£94
- Non-Partner Secondary Delegate: £110
- Non- North East School Delegate: £132
- Commercial Supporter Delegate: £143
- Charity rate: £143
- Local Authority Delegate: £170
- Non-school Delegate: £187
*All prices are excluding VAT
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