Mental Health & Wellbeing
LGfL Resources and Training Support
This resource is intended to support schools to develop a positive culture and talk about "mental wealth".
The video content explores the range of unique training opportunities offered to the LGfL community and provides definitions for some of the vocabulary introduced.
We aim to support schools wherever they are currently on their journey regarding mental health and wellbeing for both staff and pupils.
Training Sessions - running in the academic year 2023-24
Visit the training session page where you can learn more about the training course, explore some of the vocabulary and also book the session. (Book by clicking the link at the top of each page or visit training.lgfl.net where you will see ALL available sessions).
Archive - Titles of previous training sessions (not currently being delivered due to low demand previously!)
Other LGfL Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources
Introducing Kelly Hannaghan - Mental Health & Wellbeing Consultant
Kelly Hannaghan (@mindworkmatters) is a Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultant. She is an award-winning motivational speaker and school improvement advisor. Kelly is passionate about putting wellbeing at the heart of education and is a regular blogger and published author.
Kelly consistently empowers stakeholders through initiatives to build their resilience in learning and workplaces. Her work has been recognised by the Department for Education (DfE), The NCB, The Anna Freud Centre and The Education Support Partnership. Kelly collaborated with LGfL, to create the digital resource ‘Wellbeing Connected’ and was part of the team which received a ‘Digital Excellence Award for Inclusive Practice Using LGfL Resources’ at Lessness Heath School. She was also a BETT finalist in 2019 for her collaboration of work with Optimus Education
There are many messages leaders take away from listening to Kelly deliver keynotes, training and workshops across the UK, she is a driving force for changing the way we look at wellbeing.
LGfL Mental Health and Wellbeing Curriculum Blog Archive
Connecting young people and their families with the mental health support they need.
'Best For You' is a new and innovative way of approaching and delivering mental health care for young people. It combines holistic care in digital, community, day and in-patient settings to make sure that young people get the help that’s right for them.
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