Emotional Wellbeing Conference 8th May 2015 London (080515)

Provider: Independent Thinking Limited
£195.00 + VAT Per Delegate

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Description Emotional Wellbeing Conference. A Joint Independent Thinking and IAPS Conference. This conference is open to schools of all classifications and age range. A series of outstanding inputs will explore areas such as emotional intelligence, values, coaching and self-talk. This important event is designed to be interactive, thought provoking and enjoyable as well as give practical, workable strategies and ideas to take back to your school. With so much pressure to produce academic results, the emotional welfare of your colleagues, your pupils and yourself can be overlooked yet it must be of prime importance. This conference will help you get the balance right.
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This conference is open to schools of all classifications and age range. A series of outstanding inputs will explore areas such as emotional intelligence, values, coaching and self-talk. This important event is designed to be interactive, thought provoking and enjoyable as well as give practical, workable strategies and ideas to take back to your school. With so much pressure to produce academic results, the emotional welfare of your colleagues, your pupils and yourself can be overlooked yet it must be of prime importance. This conference will help you get the balance right.

Aims of the day:
• To improve understanding of the causes of the increase in emotional and mental health-related issues in school
• To share a range of strategies to improve wellbeing across the school
• To ensure each delegate feels more positive about his or her own practice and potential

Audience:
Heads, leaders, managers and teachers 

Evidence underpinning this approach

Nina Jackson
The last time Nina spoke to a group of heads at an IAPS conference she received a standing ovation, such is the power and importance of her message. An experienced teacher across a range of phases and specialities, Nina brings an insight and experience to the issue of emotional
well being that genuinely touches people and helps them re-evaluate what they do, why they do it and what they should be doing to themselves and each other instead.
Will Ryan
A hugely experienced primary teacher, head teacher, advisor and consultant, Will is the author of the bestselling book Leadership with a Moral Purpose: Turning your School Inside Out. For Will, teaching, learning and leadership is about authentic experiences delivered in highly creative ways that are always done for the right reasons and with people right at the heart.
Dave Harris
Dave has many years’ experience of educational leadership in a number of settings and across all ages. He is passionate about getting education right – and impatient of how wrong we are getting it. The author of books on transition and school leadership, Dave knows from first-hand experience what can happen if we lose sight of the fact that we are human beings first, teachers and learners second.
Andy Vass
With many years’ experience working with teachers and school leaders worldwide, Andy is ideally placed to help schools ensure they are happy and healthy places as well as being academically successful. A leading authority on coaching and mentoring as well as a practitioner in a range of strategies directly linked to self-esteem and effective communication, Andy is a also a highly
entertaining and challenging speaker.

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Details

Emotional Wellbeing
A Joint Independent Thinking and IAPS Conference

10:00am Registration and coffee

10:30am Nina Jackson There Isn’t a Plaster for That – starting to talk about emotional and mental health issues

11:15am Dave Harris What’s the Problem – a look at some of the root causes for the increase in mental health issues

11:45am Andy Vass Talk Sense to Yourself – exploring the power internal dialogue

12:30pm Lunch

13:30pm Will Ryan Dare To Be Different – right and wrong, fair and unfair, what is taught and how it’s taught – getting values right

14:30pm Andy Vass Fit Your Own Mask First – asking the question “How can we enter our classrooms as the best possible versions of ourselves?”

15:30pm Nina Jackson There Might be a Plaster for That! – rounding off the day’s learning – what are we going to do tomorrow that we didn’t do yesterday?

16:00pm Close

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