This online safety session aims to equip adults with the appropriate information for those tricky conversations with their children, and provides guidance on the current issues of a child’s online world.
Workloads are described as “unmanageable” by the Department of Education; 50% of teachers have been diagnosed with a mental health condition; and the numbers of teachers leaving the profession are increasing. In this climate strong resilience in teachers is essential for outstanding teaching and learning.
This workshop will help staff to work smarter, not harder, and will allow them to spend work time focusing on their pupils and ultimately build a better work / life balance. Resilience is a process, not a trait. This workshop will offer staff tools to improve their resilience.
Resilience and Staff Well-being is a collaborative experience, so exercises will be explored in relation to staff’s existing knowledge, and ideas developed in the workshop.
"I thoroughly enjoyed the session. Not only did Clem give us practical ways to think about our own emotional resilience and the way we deal with things day to day, but also gave us an experience to develop well-being as staff - freeze frames and drama opportunities in our staff teams but also mixed too. This was really fun and a great way to get across the message of our daily lives at school and the stresses we can face. There was a great balance of practical activities and also the theory behind the activities which developed my own knowledge. "