A list of useful links and sources of information on emotional well-being and mental health matters:
www.minded.org.uk Free online e-learning options suitable for school staff. Start with Core Content.
www.youngminds.org.uk Recommend: Resources and Tools/Toolkit.
https://mindfulnessinschools.org Information about Paws b (primary) and .b (secondary) curricula for schools. Research and training information.
www.mentallyhealthyschools.org.uk New website with host of information, resources, lesson plans, assembly ideas and signposts for more professional development. ** Highly recommended
Please see the training TBMPTS has to offer on the subjects of emotional well-being and mental health in the table below.
For more information on individual courses please click the links.
To book a place, please click the links in the table below or email email@example.com
|Date||Course title||Course details||Course leader||Cost and venue|
|Friday, March 20th|
9.30am to 4pm
|Louise Bomber—the |
Neurodevelop- mental Approach to Supporting Hurting Children in School
Sold out: please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on waiting list
|We all need to learn the art of regulation. We have pupils in our schools who have |
experienced toxic stress and have faulty neuroception. We need to be resourced with
interventions which calm, and soothe minds and bodies.
Fosse Way School,
Longfellow Road, Radstock