Wellbeing for Education Recovery

Wellbeing for Education Recovery

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We know the pandemic is impacting on children and young people's mental health and wellbeing, and that it will continue have an impact in the longer-term. Mental health and wellbeing remains a priority, and we recognise the need to support leaders and education staff to consider their pupils' and students' mental health and wellbeing, look after their own and each other's wellbeing and to identify those who may need additional support.

Using resource provided by the Department for Education, the Leicestershire Healthy Schools programme can continue and expand its delivery of the Wellbeing for Education Return from 2020/21 as it transitions into the new Wellbeing for Education RECOVERY 2021/22 programme.

For the new Wellbeing for Education Recovery programme during 2021/22, there are two distinct programme offers:

  1. Leicestershire Educational Psychology Service - Coaching Sessions across six themes for all schools in Leicestershire & Rutland.
  2. Wellbeing for Education Recovery for Secondary Schools, presented by Adam Billson (TBC)

This programme is available to all Leicestershire Schools. Please click through for more information and to book your place on the programme.


This programme is available to all Leicestershire Secondary Schools (and Leicestershire Primary Schools on request). Please click through for more information and to book your place on the programme.


Resources

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