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Online Training

Wellbeing for Pupils and Students

With Andrew Cowley

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    Having established that wellbeing isn’t a buzzword, a trend or a fad for staff, what does it look like for our children? The realities of a world where we are recovering from the impact of a pandemic have made it clear that the mental health of our children and their families has been impacted by both circumstance and context. Based around the simple principle that ‘happy staff make for happy children and happier learners’’ Andrew Cowley will discuss how we can address the pressing issues around wellbeing by taking a proactive, pragmatic and principled approach rather than seeking a sticking plaster approach. 

    This course will cover:

    • What wellbeing looks like for children.
    • Wellbeing as a life skill, linked to character education.
    • Pupils looking after themselves: self-awareness, healthy lifestyle choices and personal safety.
    • Pupils looking after each other: kindness and bullying, digital awareness, cyberbullying and building trust.
    • Putting wellbeing principles into action: diversity and equality, leadership, empowerment.

    SCHOOL SUBSCRIPTION  £120 (log in on up to five separate devices)  

    Excludes VAT

    Course runs 1pm to 2.30pm. This webinar is also recorded and a recording will be available for 3 days.


    Andrew Cowley

    Andrew Cowley is a speaker and writer on wellbeing for staff and children in addition to being a coach for the Senior Designated Mental Health Leaders course and the School Mental Health Award with Leeds Beckett University. As a former Deputy Headteacher with nearly thirty years in primary classrooms, Andrew’s writing is informed through his experience as a school leader and classroom teacher. Andrew is the author of ‘The Wellbeing Toolkit’ and ‘The Wellbeing Curriculum’ both published by Bloomsbury Education. 

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