Preparation for SATS and GCSEs.

Relevant for Primary and Secondary, this session will provide you with tools and techniques to support your pupils around the stress associated with exams and assessments.

This session is led by BEP Mental Health Lead & Psychotherapist Anna Robinson and experienced education leaders Mandy McCrohon and Anna Bateman from BEP’s NewStart Team.

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Mental Health First Aid 1 day Training.

Thursday 16th February 2023
09:00 – 16:30

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis. MHFA England training won’t teach you to be a therapist, but just like physical first aid, it will teach you to listen, reassure and respond, even in a crisis.

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Supporting well-being, professional practice and strengthening strategic leadership

A professional non judgemental support mechanism in which your coach walks alongside you in a confidential conversation as you navigate the challenges of school leadership. This high quality coaching provides an opportunity for leaders to find and sustain clear direction and strengthen strategic leadership.

One-to-one sessions create a safe and reflective space for you to explore issues of importance to you and your school, supporting well-being, professional practice and strengthening your strategic leadership.

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Senior Mental Health Lead Training

BEP’s expert Mental Health Team run two DFE funded courses. The Foundation two-day training course will give Senior Mental Health Leads a firm grounding in the theory and practice of leading and establishing a whole school. Our Intermediate course will help you to make the next steps and grow in your leadership role and strengthen the work you are already undertaking in your school approach to mental health and wellbeing. Delivered by the same team as lead our DfE authorised Senior Mental Health Lead training, our Lite session is ideal for those who are relatively new to supporting mental health provision in your setting or part of the wider mental health team in school. Alternatively, where trained staff have moved on, this is an ideal CPD for staff new into role where your school is not eligible for or has already had a grant from the DfE.

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Birmingham Education Hub 

A gateway for Birmingham school staff and other education professionals at all levels to access a wide range of information, training and resources.

*Please note all BEP training and events will now be booked via The Hub.

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Birmingham Education Partnership (BEP) exists for the benefit of every publicly funded school in Birmingham and seeks to be co-led by and built on the strengths of all Birmingham Schools. BEP is committed to no school being isolated and sees that local, city and national connectivity is a key to success for schools at every stage of their development.

BEP believes it takes a whole city to raise a child. If schools do well, then children do well and if children do well our city will flourish.