ROAR Response to Mental Health in Primary Schools – National

Date/Time

27/04/2023 - 28/04/2023 9:30 am - 1:00 pm

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The ROAR Response to mental health in primary schools is an evidence-based, resilience focused mental health response model, created specifically for primary schools to support the whole school in developing and supporting children’s mental health.

The ROAR training programme is a one-day course (over 2 half days) that will equip staff to implement ROAR across the whole school.

The course will cover the following:

● Children’s Mental health and an introduction to the ROAR response.
● Specific areas of concern such as Anxiety, Low-mood/depression, Behaviour as communication and parental mental distress.
● Access to whole-staff CPD and parent sessions for you to deliver in your school.
● A selection of lesson plans and resilience-based assemblies

Course cost

£595 – This can be funded through the DfE grant which can be accessed herehttps://www.gov.uk/guidance/senior-mental-health-lead-training. We recommend that interested delegates apply for the grant via the attached link and then sign up to the course.

The course code for DfE funded spaces is: SMHL046

*This session will be delivered using Zoom. Once you have been accepted onto the course you will receive details of the Zoom call via email.*

For more information please contact leighh@mya.org.uk

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