Back on trackWellbeing

    Back on Track: Wellbeing offers wellbeing, behaviour, relationships emotional and mental wellbeing training and support. It is cross-phase and applies to primary and secondary schools.

    Support includes training, consultancy and INSET.

    Training

    A webinar training course, to run at the start of the autumn term, will focus on mental health and behaviour in a wellbeing recovery curriculum. The course will explore the impact of lockdown on pupils. Christine Davies, from Trauma Informed Schools UK, will examine the traumatic effects of the pandemic on pupils and explore how to help and process these experiences.

    Training will take place on Friday 11th September 2020.  Book your place on the CPD Hub

    Back on Track: consultancy, INSET and bespoke training

    In addition a full range of wellbeing support services are available. Please contact us to discuss other ‘Back on Track’ themed consultancy, INSET and bespoke training for:

    • teaching and supporting mental health and emotional wellbeing post Covid
    • meeting the needs of pupils with protected characteristics post lockdown: Updating your equality response.
    • helping parents support children to ‘bounce back’ emotionally and move forward with optimism
    • rebuilding connections and relationships in restricted environments and back in whole classes
    • responding to difficult and rogue behaviour through teacher leadership and a therapeutic approach
    • building hope and learned optimism in pupils
    • getting back on track to ensure full delivery of the RSHE curriculum

    A bespoke plan will be created for the consultancy work for each school. The time can be used to support subject leaders and/or classroom teachers or can be used for in school training.

    To discuss your bespoke needs, please contact us in the first instance through wellbeing@hertsforlearning.co.uk

    The universal catch-up premium for 2020 to 2021* can be used to access the Back on Track support packages.

    * “Schools have the flexibility to spend their [universal catch-up] funding in the best way for their cohort and circumstances.” DfE Guidance: Coronavirus (COVID-19) catch-up premium (20/7/20)