Supporting Student Wellbeing in Independent Schools Conference is next week!

19 April 2018

"The event will feature in-depth keynotes with leading experts and a choice of practical and interactive workshops specifically for independent schools including: Anxiety: Understand the root causes of anxiety and know how to offer meaningful support to students suffering high levels of anxiety. Resilience: Know how to build resilience within your students and enable them to deal with challenges. Parents: Gain methods to work with parents to manage the extra pressure they can put on their children. Social Media: Hear the latest new and emerging trends in online safety and work with students to prevent cyberbullying. Stress: Learn new ways to share with students to manage stress from parental and exam pressures."

Click here for more information and to view the brochure for this conference.

Click here to view the programme for the day.

Click here to view the scheduled guest speakers.

Click here to book your place now!

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