One day to go until The Ultimate Wellbeing In Scottish Education Conference: Edinburgh

27 February 2020

Wellbeing and mental health are key issues for young people in Scotland and schools are having to dedicate more and more time on them than ever before.

However, many schools are finding that in addressing these skills in PSHE and within the curriculum itself, they are spending much less time resolving problems, experiencing greater engagement and academic results!

Delegates will come away from this conference with advice on how to implement and measure wellbeing, increase student engagement and will return with a host of practical skills and tactics to use in the classroom to improve students™ wellbeing.

You will also hear inspirational and informative keynotes from leading educationalists and psychologists.‹



Find out more and book rickets here.


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