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23 November 2016

Promoting young people’s well-being in schools is a regional priority in the East of England. A recent CLAHRC study, working with the Clinical Network, identified that professionals and children, young people and families within the East of England believe that enhancing school culture and promoting resilience in the school setting should be a priority for our region. This regional priority also aligns with the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health.

This event will focus on innovation within the education sector regarding the promotion and prevention of mental health and emotional wellbeing for children and young people and interventions/getting help in the East of England. We will be showcasing examples of best practice and considering the perspectives of the health system, education system and children, young people and families.

This interactive event is open to and will encourage discussions between:
  • the education sector (including local authorities, head teachers and SENCO leads)*
  • young people and their families
  • commissioners
  • organisations working to support young people’s mental health and wellbeing
* we will be focussing on children 10 years and above but primary school representatives are also welcome to attend.
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