Creating whole-school wellbeing Edexec

Creating whole-school wellbeing

Creating whole-school wellbeing Edexec
Creating whole-school wellbeing Edexec

Kelly Hannaghan, wellbeing associate, Lessness Heath primary & Kate O'Connor, headteacher at Lessness Heath primary

How important is wellbeing within your school? Where does it stop; at the pupils or the staff? Could you take it further? Kelly and Kate’s seminar brings together real-world experience to educate delegates on why wellbeing and mental health awareness within education is so important. In this interactive session, Kelly and Kate will tell inspiring stories of schools which have been vastly improved through a focus on whole-school wellbeing, while explaining the strategies that allowed them to achieve that – meaning delegates leave with practical advise to take to their own schools. Kelly will also discuss:

  • Why wellbeing is so important.
  • How it has a lasting impact on society and allows young people to thrive.
  • The tangible outcomes that come from it, e.g. better exam results and attendance, and improved staff and SLT wellbeing.
  • How to implement better wellbeing throughout your school.

Take home points:

  • Wellbeing goes far beyond your pupils.
  • How the impact of wellbeing can yield tangible results.

This session is for:

All SBMs, as well as heads of HR and wellbeing.

About the speaker:

Kelly is the wellbeing leader at Lessness Heath Primary School and has spent her professional career passionately focusing on enhancing the opportunities and life chances of pupils, staff and families in education. She has successfully led on the Wellbeing Award for Schools process, resulting in her school being the first, nationally, to achieve this. Kelly is an active writer of wellbeing in education and is passionate about creating the conditions under which teachers and pupils flourish.
Kate has taught and led schools in challenging circumstances throughout her career, which has spanned a twenty-year period. She has led her current school out of special measures with a key focus on the value of relationship-based school cultures that look after and protect the wellbeing of the whole school community. Kate believes passionately in growing schools that are characterised by cultures of trust, agency, collaboration and happiness. She is an active speaker, regularly sharing strategies on the importance of creating a positive culture within education.
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It’s always difficult to take a day out of the office, but the question is: can you afford to miss out on this event?