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How Strategic Is Your Well-Being Plan?


Time: 9:30am - 12:00 noon

Free Course

Facilitator - Andy Mellor

For a school well-being programme to be effective it needs to be planned and well led with the resources to make it sustainable. It also needs to be lived out in a way best described as “the way we do things here.”

This webinar will help you to build a sustainable, coherent and insightful well-being strategic plan that will take you beyond the “nice to do” into areas of professional as well as personal well-being.

It will also help you to build a well-being approach that marks your school or trust out as being an employer of choice which is critical given the current recruitment and retention issues.

Aims

-    Know the value of a consistent agreed definition of well-being for your school/trust.
-    Be able to create a well-being plan with strategies beyond “the nice to do” and which have a real impact on workplace well-being in schools.
-    Have a strategic approach which caters for all groups of staff and critically attends to the wellbeing needs of senior leaders.

Audience

School leaders - Head teachers, Deputy head teachers and SLT including SBLs. Primary, Secondary, Special and APs suitable.

Facilitator

Andy Mellor

Andy is the Strategic Lead for the Centre of Excellence in Mental Health in Schools based at Leeds Beckett University. He is also the National Well-being Director for Schools Advisory Service.

A Past President of the NAHT Andy was until December 2019, headteacher of the outstanding rated St Nicholas C of E Primary School in Blackpool.
He was also a National Leader of Education, having worked in Blackpool schools for 22 years and also created the Blackpool Teaching School Alliance.
Andy is a member of the Blackpool Education Improvement Board and the independent chair of the Blackpool Multi Academy Trust CEO group.