Quick mental health support wins - without adding to your workload.

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In this episode, Thrive’s Strategic Lead and Trainer Kay Hamilton talks about how to improve mental wellbeing in your school quickly and effectively using existing resources and communication channels to avoid adding to the workload of classroom staff.

Listen in to learn:

  • How to identify opportunities to teach mental wellbeing skills and awareness
  • Why focusing on improving children’s mental wellbeing will lead to improved outcomes including behaviour, attainment and attendance
  • Questions you should ask yourself before embarking on mental health training
  • The role of senior leaders – how to differentiate between strategy and implementation for effective outcomes

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