“Heads and teachers may be acting illegally because they do not know the full extent of physical and mental health problems among students, according to research commissioned by the Government” Times Educational Supplement, 17 September 2010

The new report has said that schools are not abiding by the Disability Discrimination Act and the Equality Act because they have not identified the children in their care that are suffering from mental health problems. Many teachers are still unaware of the pupils in their class that are coping with mental and physical illness. Are you confident that you have identified every child in your care that is coping with a mental illness and are you providing the best possible support for these children in every classroom?

Attend the 3rd annual Promoting Mental Health in Schools conference to receive a complete toolkit on how to identify pupils with a mental illness and ensure that a whole-school approach is taken so that they are receiving the highest possible standard of provision.

Click here to see an overview of this event. You can also see details of the day in our conference programme

Comments from last year’s delegates: 

“Very informative and inspiring. To follow what I know will help support children/young people in their emotional wellbeing”
J. Lanyon-Hogg, Teacher for Behaviour Support, SEBSS

“An inspiring day with both specific information and an eye on the bigger picture. Thank you”
V. Priestly, SENCO, Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf

“Very engaging. Some excellent points raised which I will take back to school with me”
J. Andrew, SENCO, St Francis of Assisi Catholic School

“Well worth leaving my house at 5.15am and spending £81.50 on train fares for”
K. Webb, West Essex Pupil Referral Unit

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