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Getting to GRIP with resilience conference takes place at St Swithun’s school

St Swithun's School to host pupil resilience conference

The Getting to GRIP with resilience conference will be held on 3rd October

Posted by Hannah Vickers | July 23, 2017 | Events

St Swithun’s School Winchester is hosting a conference for secondary school teachers and pastoral staff, called 'Getting to GRIP with resilience' on Tuesday 3rd October, 2017. The event is being run in partnership with the mental health charity Place2Be.

The event brings together experts and specialists from schools and charities for a day of workshops, speeches and presentations. It will focus on promoting good mental health in the classroom and exploring wellbeing strategies for young people.

Key note speakers include Dr Sue Roffey from Growing Great Schools, Emma Judge from How to Thrive and Dr Ann Hagell from the Association for Young People’s Health.

Workshop themes include 'developing the mentally healthy classroom' and 'how do teachers get wellbeing right? – the pupils’ perspective'

During the afternoon workshops, participants will be able to investigate further topics raised in the morning’s speeches. Workshop themes include 'developing the mentally healthy classroom' and 'how do teachers get wellbeing right? – the pupils’ perspective'.

The GRIP conference will be held at St Swithun’s School, Alresford Road, Winchester, SO21 1HA. Booking is available at www.stswithuns.com/forthcoming-events. 

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