It is definitely worth investing time for senior staff to take the opportunity to stop and reflect on their own mental health and well-being.  Colleagues identifying positive characteristic traits for one another, was a really valuable exercise, focusing on the positives and recognising personal strengths across the team.  A thought-provoking workshop.

Rachel Hudson, Headteacher, Blacon High School

SLT mental health and wellbeing workshop delivered on behalf of Chapter Mental Health, funded by Cheshire West and Chester Council)

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Rachel Hudson, Headteacher, Blacon High School

The training was very informative and there were activities used that I can actually use within the classroom.

Stephanie Price, Senior Teacher and SENCo, The Oaks Community Primary School

(SLT mental health and wellbeing workshop delivered on behalf of Chapter Mental Health, funded by Cheshire West and Chester Council)

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Stephanie Price, Senior Teacher and SENCo, The Oaks Community Primary School

 

A really powerful session to support mental health and well-being. It is fascinating to consider how we can work together to support one another and spot the signs of stress, to enable us to support those around us- at work and at home.  Also to think how we can be proactive in taking steps to positively enhance our own well-being. Thank you so much.

Jo Hawkins, Headteacher, Tattenhall Park Primary School

(SLT mental health and wellbeing workshop delivered on behalf of Chapter Mental Health, funded by Cheshire West and Chester Council)

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Jo Hawkins, Headteacher, Tattenhall Park Primary School

Considering the session was remotely run, it really was very good.  I imagine Fred in face to face sessions would be incredible, but she still managed to make it feel like she was in the room with us.

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Dave Helsby, Queen’s Park High School