Wellbeing for Education Return is a national programme developed and funded by the Department for Education in partnership with other government departments and an expert advisory group which includes representatives from the Anna Freud Centre and Mind-Ed.
This article has been brought to you by, Allison Bradshaw from East Berkshire NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). This is for the attention of All Early Years Providers, Schools, FE, Virtual School, NEET team and wider partners.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Service Lead for Early Years and Prevention, Michael Jarrett on behalf of the DfE's Mental Health Regional Implementation Lead Nick Budge. This is for the attention of the all Education Professionals.
In order to implement national public health and education policy and develop a holistic approach to promoting the health and wellbeing of their pupils and staff, schools require access to training and CPD for staff. The School Health & Wellbeing Project has collated details of FREE training and CPD opportunities available on a number of PSHE and health and wellbeing topics.
In order to implement national public health, education policy and develop a holistic approach to promoting the health and wellbeing of their pupils and staff, schools require access to resources and support from local projects and partner agencies; particularly those promoting good health and wellbeing, prevention and early intervention strategies for children and young people in Slough.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Libraries and Culture Community Programme Development Officer, Gaby Koenig, for the attention of Secondary Schools, Headteachers, History Leads, PSHE Teachers and Art Teachers.