Monthly Archive: February 2017

Emotional well-being package for secondary school staff

The St Helens TSA has teamed up with ‘Worth-it Projects’ to offer the following emotional well-being package for Secondary School staff across the NW.

The training will apply practical approaches to promoting and protecting wellbeing.

Session will:

  • Specialise in early intervention and prevention of mental health problems, through improving emotional health and mental wellbeing of children, young people and schools.
  • Develop mental health in schools, through a whole school wellbeing approach, workforce development and targeted support for students.
  • Support practitioners to develop skills which build resilience and promote and protect emotional health and mental wellbeing of children and young people.

The training is as follows:

  • Practical strategies for developing resilience in adolescents– Tuesday 14th March, 9-3pm at St Mary and St Thomas CE Primary School, Barton Close, St Helens, WA10 2HS- TSA POD, behind the school. Target audience: Secondary staff including Pastoral leads

Practical strategies for developing resilience – secondary

The Cost of the session is as follows:

Full day sessions- £75 per delegate this includes: course materials, refreshments and a light lunch.

20 places are available for each session. Places will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

To reserve a place please contact: sarah.makin@three-saints.org.uk

Worth-it Projects are the first organisation pioneering the use of positive psychology coaching to improve the emotional health and wellbeing of young people within educational settings. They have won awards for social enterprise and rank number one for the sector of Education and Youth on the SE100 social enterprise index 2014-15.