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Manchester - 11 November 2020
London -  24 November 2020

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London - 24 November 2020

09:55 - 10:25

Professor Barry Carpenter, OBE, CBE, PhD

10:25 - 10:55

Hear why your students may be struggling with anxiety, learn about key developmental stages of anxiety and gain strategies to help support anxious students

10:55 - 11:15
11:15 - 11:30
12:10 - 13:00

1A: Self-harm and harmful behaviours

Understand more about why students self-harm, the language you can use to support students and their families, and gain strategies to share with your whole school


1B: Supporting girls with autism

Top tips and strategies to recognise and support the mental health of girls with autism

Professor Barry Carpenter


 1C: Early Years

Gain tools such as emotion coaching to enhance the wellbeing of Early Years and Foundation Stage students


 1D: Parental mental health

Learn how parents' mental health impacts children and ways in which you can support both child and parent together


1E: What if...

Unpack case studies and gain  strategies on how to support young people suffering from mental ill health

14:05-14:15

 

 

 

14:30 - 14:40
14:40 - 15:30

2A: SEND Wellbeing

Learn from experts on how best to assist the mental health and wellbeing of students with special educational needs and disabilities

Sam Garner, Garner Education Services


2B: Body image and self-esteem

Learn how to confidently discuss body image and unrealistic expectations generated by the media, providing meaningful support and guidance to build self-esteem


2C: Trauma

Learn more about how trauma, adverse childhood experiences, and attachment theory impact on pupil mental health

Nicola S Morgan, NSM Training and Consultancy


 2D: Relationships and peer pressure

Gain insight into the teenage brain and better understand the dynamics of teenage relationships and peer pressure.


 2E: Staff training

Hear how to train your staff to effectively spot signs of mental ill-health and report and respond appropriately.

 

15:50 - 16:40

3A: Current affairs

Gain ideas and strategies to help students manage their mental health in a world of global crises and responsibility.


 3B: Boosting confidence

Gain new strategies to boost the confidence of students with special educational needs and disabilities and help them overcome stigma or low self-esteem to flourish in both mental health and wellbeing


3C: LGBTQ+ and identity

Benefit from expert knowledge to best support the mental health of students who are questioning their gender identity and LGBTQ+ status. 


 3D: Working with families

Understand the latest advice on how to communicate with families, improve parental engagement, and support difficult parental relationships.


 3E: Children missing education