Supporting pupil mental health and wellbeing: Call for contributors

The Chartered College of Teaching, in partnership with the Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH) and supported by the Bupa Foundation, is developing a series of webinars and bitesize online learning resources for teachers and school leaders on supporting pupil mental health and wellbeing in practice. These webinars and online resources will be aligned with key themes in the relationships, sex and health education (RSHE) curriculum.

The Chartered College are looking for practising teachers and school leaders to contribute to this project as webinar speakers, and for teachers, leaders and researchers to contribute case studies in audio, video or written form. This is a great opportunity to share best practice, showcase the excellent work that schools are doing and recognise the expertise of teachers who are developing and delivering it.

If you are interested in potentially speaking at a webinar or contributing to a case study, please complete this form by the end of May.

Webinars on Sleep and Screen Time

The Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH) are developing webinars exploring topics from the new Relationship, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) curriculum.

Two recordings of the webinars on Sleep and Screen Time are below.


Sleep – https://www.acamh.org/freeview/ask-the-expert-improving-childrens-sleep-the-role-a-teacher-can-play-recording/

Screen Time –  https://www.acamh.org/freeview/ask-expert-screen-time/


Resources to support the DfE lectures given by Professor Barry Carpenter: on 7th and 9th July 2020

The resources relate to mental health, emotional well being, and the new RSHE curriculum. They are suitable for all children and young people, and to those with SEND.

Click the PowerPoint icon below, or here to download and view the related RSHE Resources PowerPoint.

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