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Mental Health and Wellbeing in a School Library Setting: Penrith, Cumbria, 6 November 2018

Our course Mental Health and Wellbeing in a School Library Setting, run by Marie (Maz) Udall, will be held at Newton Rigg Conference Centre, Newton Rigg College, Newton Rigg, Penrith, Cumbria on 6 November 2018. Bookings received by 9 October 2018 are eligible for a £15 discount.

Delegates on this training day will explore how to create a culture that’s conducive to good mental health, as well as looking at the challenges facing young people today and solutions that can be employed to help pupils struggling in these areas. Literature, escapism and safe spaces are all imperative to good mental health so building the skill level and confidence of the staff is a great way to bolster wellbeing throughout the whole school. Issues covered during this course will include anxiety, body image, exam and academic stress, mental health and self-esteem.

The closing date is 22 October. Bookings received by 9 October are eligible for a £15 discount making the cost of the full days training just £90 (SLA members), £120 (for delegates working in schools which are not members of the SLA but subcribe to Library Services for School, Cumbria), £160 (non-members of either group).  Additional discounts are available for a second person attending from the same school (accompanying a full paying individual).  Please see SLA website for details.

Key Audience: primary and secondary school staff

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