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Mental Health Resilience, Training and Wellbeing in Schools

Worth-It offers effective resilience and mental wellbeing training and services for your teachers, staff, pupils, or entire school.

There is an increasing awareness of the responsibility to develop wellbeing in schools and colleges, for both staff and pupils. It is widely recognised within education and mental health sectors that children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing has a huge impact on their ability to learn and achieve.

Worth-it are leading providers of whole school approaches to wellbeing.

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Are you a school looking for mental wellbeing and resilience training for your pupils, staff or school?

In recent years, we are seeing an unprecedented increase in the mental and emotional health needs of children and young people. The recent State of Education Report, identifies that 79% of teachers in both primary and secondary schools reported seeing an increase in stress, depression, anxiety, and panic attacks in their pupils. Not being able to effectively support children and young people increases the strain on school staff’s wellbeing levels and their ability to perform effectively.

It is becoming increasingly important that schools develop the wellbeing of the whole school community. The Department for Education are championing whole school approaches to mental health as best practice. Ofsted are also recognising the positive impacts that wellbeing and good mental health can have on achievement and outcomes. Many schools are now including resilience and wellbeing as key elements of school improvement plans

Worth-it offers resilience and mental health interventions for pupils, wellbeing training for staff, coaching and consultancy and whole school wellbeing programs, all proven to improve outcomes.

Worth-it have worked with over 150 schools, empowering them to effectively support children and young people improve resilience and wellbeing.

Whole School Approach to Wellbeing

Evidence informs us that whole school approaches are best practice for improving the emotional wellbeing and resilience of schools. This is further backed up by recommendations from the Department for Education, Department of Health and Public Health England. Our whole school approach to mental health enables schools to develop a culture and ethos of wellbeing and resilience that benefits the whole school community.

Following collaboration and extensive experience working with a number of multi academy trusts, primary and secondary schools, we have created a robust and effective flexible offer for schools wanting to develop a whole school approach to wellbeing.

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Training for School Wellbeing

Our training is designed to support school staff to feel confident and capable to improve the resilience and mental wellbeing of pupils. We equip participants with a range of practical skills, tools and strategies which can be applied in the classroom as part of one to one support, groups or whole school interventions.

We provide training to schools that develops the wellbeing of the workforce. Teacher and school staff wellbeing is an essential componant of any successful approach to school wellbeing.

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School Wellbeing Evaluation

An essential part of any school approach to wellbeing is monitoring and evaluation. We have developed evidence informed wellbeing measurments for schools. Our wellbeing evaluation tools identify key starting points in any school wellbeing strategy. We conduct evaluations of whole school cultures of wellbeing and resilience, pupil wellbeing to identify and target interventions or staff wellbeing measurement. We provide schools with reports and feedback which inform and guide a school to develop tailored approaches to wellbeing that fit their needs and community.

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Developing Wellbeing in Schools

Want to develop wellbeing in your school but not sure where to start or how to begin? Already developing wellbeing in your school and looking for support, training or interventions? Want to deliver an Inset session as part of your schools approach to wellbeing? Our team of expert Wellbeing Consultants and Coaches can help you develop, implement and embed your approach to school wellbeing.

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Supporting School Staff Wellbeing

Teachers and school staff are facing increasing demands that impact on their wellbeing and performance. We work with schools to provide teacher and school staff wellbeing coaching or twilight wellbeing sessions.

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Support for Pupils Mental Health

A least three children and young people in every classroom are experiencing mental health issues, this negatively impacts on their ability to learn and achievement levels. Our support programmes directly improve the resilience and wellbeing of pupils increasing engagement in learning, attendance and higher attainment levels.

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Primary and secondary schools should be supported to adopt a whole school approach to promoting the social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people
NICE 2008,2009

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Childrens Mental Health Support
Service Type
Childrens Mental Health Support
Provider Name
Worth-it Projects,
C/O The Marlene Reid Centre,,Coalville,Leicestershire-LE67 3PH,
Telephone No.01530 835155
Worth-it Projects provide Children's mental health support and wellbeing services for those that work with children such as schools, and to children themselves.