Wellbeing for Education Leicestershire

Wellbeing for Education Leicestershire

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As we start the new academic year, mental health and wellbeing continues to be a priority for Leicestershire & Rutland educational settings. The prevalence and impact of mental health and wellbeing problems continues to be far-reaching particularly in response to Covid and the ongoing cost of living crisis. Schools have a unique and important part to play in supporting the mental health and wellbeing of their staff, students, and other members of the school community.

Using resource provided by the Department for Education, we have commissioned long-standing partner Billson Consulting Ltd to coordinate and deliver a new programme of support for 2022-23 academic year. This programme will build on the previous years' well-received Wellbeing for Education Return and Wellbeing for Education Recovery programmes, known as Wellbeing for Education Leicestershire.

The programme offers a range of sessions and resources which are all FREE to access for Leicestershire & Rutland schools. This includes:

  1. School Network Meetings ​
  2. Guest Speaker Sessions
  3. Staff Wellbeing Workshops ​
  4. Local Service Engagement Sessions (Meet the Service)

Please find further information about all the sessions and meetings within the leaflet below. You can book onto the sessions directly through the document via the hyper-linked titles, or you can use the Wellbeing for Education Leicestershire Eventbrite.

Recordings from 2022/23 training

Self-care for Exhausted Educators

If you didn't get chance to attend the 'Self-care for Exhausted Educators' webinar delivered by Dr Pooky Knightsmith, then you can now watch the 90 minute recording in your own time. The recording can be found on YouTube.

Harmful Sexual Behaviours Training Resources

Delivered by Forensic CAMHS on 24th April 2023, please find resources below and the recording on Youtube for those who weren't able to attend (due to the nature of the content it is age-restricted meaning you will need to be signed into a YouTube account to view it).

More information can be found online at:


You will find a range of resources that have been produced to support the physical and mental wellbeing of Children & Young People, School Staff and Parents & Carers.

These resources are also available to support the Wellbeing for Education Return Programme

Children and Young People

Please see information and guidance for all CYP on how to stay safe, services available to them and general support for maintaining positive health and wellbeing

Teachers, Parents and Carers

Mental Wellbeing

Suicide Prevention

Staff Wellbeing

Useful Contacts

Trauma Informed Practice