Staff Wellbeing Training

Staff Wellbeing Training

Staff wellbeing is always Jenny’s first consideration when visiting a school or providing a consultation. Staff wellbeing is linked intrinsically to child wellbeing, to self-esteem, resilience, good mental health, emotional balance and energy.

“School culture, ethos and environment affects wellbeing and attainment. The physical and social environment in which staff and pupils spend a high proportion of every weekday may have profound effects on their physical, emotional and mental health as well as affecting their attainment.” (Promoting and improving the nation’s health: The link between pupil health and wellbeing and attainment Public Health England, 2014)

What Does Wellbeing Training Cover?

Amongst Jenny’s other creative and enegising training modules, this training will cover:

  • How to overcome ‘lack of energy’ – let’s face it, tired, frazzled staff don’t inspire! To be the best you can be so that you can help others you need a Personal Care Plan to keep your work/life balance.
  • Jenny’s Five Wells Wellbeing Model is highly acclaimed in education and is a wonderful way of looking after yourself.
  • How to make a commitment to a simple daily mindfulness ritual that will revolutionise your positivity.
  • Mental health requires that every individual has a voice and is listened to; how to create safe listening systems for all children and adults.
  • Self-esteem is a core concept in understanding wellbeing and what motivates us – delegates will see how to build it in ourselves and others.
  • Laughter Fun and Spontaneity – How can we nurture healing qualities in ourselves so that we become more resilient?

 

What Does Ofsted Say About The Area Of Wellbeing For Staff

“In outstanding schools, leaders and governors have created a culture that enables pupils and staff to excel. They are committed unwaveringly to setting high expectations for the conduct of pupils and staff. Relationships between staff and pupils are exemplary.” (Ofsted 2016 School Inspection Framework)

“In outstanding schools, staff reflect on and debate the way they teach. They feel deeply involved in their own professional development. Leaders have created a climate in which teachers are motivated and trusted to take risks and innovate in ways that are right for their pupils.” (Ofsted 2016 School Inspection Framework)

“In outstanding schools leaders and governors have a deep, accurate understanding of the school’s effectiveness informed by the views of pupils, parents and staff. They use this to keep the school improving by focusing on the impact of their actions in key areas.” (Ofsted 2016 School Inspection Framework)

“In outstanding schools leaders promote equality of opportunity and diversity exceptionally well, for pupils and staff, so that the ethos and culture of the whole school prevents any form of direct or indirect discriminatory behaviour. Leaders, staff and pupils do not tolerate prejudiced behaviour.” (Ofsted 2016 School Inspection Framework)

Read A Testimonial From A Delegate After Staff Wellbeing Training

“I thank you for your amazing presentation of such a life-changing philosophy and positive programme that sustains respectful and systematic life in schools. Long may your bubbly enthusiasm spread the message that educators need to adopt and adapt into their own ecological environments for the wellbeing and growth of all there. I was so fortunate to be part of this group of like-minded people all enjoying the learnings and revisiting that you have so generously imparted to us.” Julie Fox Cluster Manager, Nga Hau e Wha Papakura/Pukekohe Resource Teachers of Learning and Behaviour. 2016

 

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