Wellbeing in Wales event | Education Support
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Wellbeing in Wales event

Cymraeg 

Watch a range of education and mental health experts outlining the latest approaches to effectively manage wellbeing for leaders, teachers and support staff. All sessions focus on evidence-based, practical tools to support the wellbeing of the education workforce.

Wellbeing in Wales: Teachers & Support Staff

Session 1: Staff wellbeing: what staff tell us
Speaker: Sinéad Mc Brearty, CEO, Education Support
https://youtu.be/9C9LgDjIwJY 

Session 2: Staff wellbeing: a hopeful narrative
Speaker: Mike Armiger, Independent Education and Mental Health Advisor
https://youtu.be/7Y0qrQQLl4s

Session 3: What wellbeing works
Nancy Hey, Executive Director, What Works Wellbeing
https://youtu.be/uVneCkdaN_4

Session 4: Supporting your wellbeing: practical tips to meet COVID challenges
Gabrielle Rowles, FHEA (Education) Senior trainer, Boingboing.org.uk
https://youtu.be/rne3u6fZLWE

Wellbeing in Wales: Leaders

Session 1: Covid and the classroom
Speaker: Sinéad Mc Brearty, CEO, Education Support
https://youtu.be/NVDKsBPP7ds

Session 2: Supporting staff wellbeing: hope and practicalities
Speaker: Mike Armiger, Independent Education and Mental Health Advisor
https://youtu.be/LuTfEIg9H4c

Session 3: Workplace Wellbeing: the role of leaders
Speaker: Eileen Donnelly, Business Sector Lead, What Works Wellbeing
https://youtu.be/Ead8COmuvpM

Session 4: Rhoi Strategaeth ar Waith – Darpariaeth Iechyd a Llesiant yn Sir Gaerfyrddin (sesiwn cyfrwng Cymraeg)
J Aeron Rees, Head of Curriculum and Wellbeing, Carmarthenshire County Council
https://youtu.be/iLB0z56JUv8

Session 5. From Strategy to Action – Health and Wellbeing provision in Carmarthenshire (English medium session)
J Aeron Rees, Head of Curriculum and Wellbeing, Carmarthenshire County Council
https://youtu.be/0ZT9vQXIcxM

School Wellbeing Service 

We are also delighted to announce the launch of our School Wellbeing Service for Wales. We will be offering staff wellbeing information to schools across Wales and free, tailored advice to a limited number of schools.

If you would like to be one of these schools, please register your interest by emailing anthony.priest@edsupport.org.uk.