Leads will learn about:
- the importance and potential impacts of cross-cultural contexts, health inequalities, disadvantage, discrimination and vulnerabilities within the school/college community and local area and their potential relationship to, and impact on, mental health.
- how critical the relationships between staff, children and young people are in promoting wellbeing and a sense of belonging to – and liking of – school or college.
- the wider interventions that children and young people might be going through, such as contact with the justice system or social services, and how these may impact on mental health and wellbeing.
- the importance of creating an ethos and conditions that support positive behaviours for learning and for successful relationships to provide an emotionally secure and safe environment that prevents any form of bullying or violence.
N.B. These are the DfE England’s learning descriptors. Some of these are covered in the pathway. Some of these will be covered in live coaching sessions for those participating in our mental health leads training.
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