11th July, 2022
‘Promoting and Maintaining a Healthy Education Workforce’ is the last in our School of Thought Series. Launched in Mental Health Awareness Week, the series has brought senior leaders, teachers, and support staff together to talk about ways of promoting improved wellbeing, and to collectively rethink how we approach mental health in schools.
With almost 80% of school staff reporting mental health issues at work, it’s time to address the issue and provide school staff with the support they need to excel in all facets of their lives.
During this webinar, we switch the focus to staff wellbeing, providing expert advice, and sharing best practice approaches to tackling workload, reducing stress, and promoting and maintaining a healthy education workforce.
Joined by a panel of experts, you can expect to hear insights into the Mental Health Foundation’s peer education project and the benefits being delivered to both staff and students in schools.
You’ll also learn how Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust is taking a pro-active approach to supporting staff, with the Head of HR sharing a range of strategies that have made a demonstrable impact to staff and students alike.
Finally, we explore real-life examples of staff wellbeing issues and solutions, courtesy of Every HR.
The webinar wraps up with top tips from each speaker, offering attendees practical takeaways ahead of the next academic year.