Event information

This event is one of two online webinars focused on equipping or refreshing teachers with high quality teaching strategies to support them in the recovery/catch-up post-school closures.

This session will focus on identifying students who are more likely to have been impacted by COVID in terms of mental health and wellbeing, providing guidance on how we can best support these students as they return to school.

Click here to see our session on practical strategies for assessing pupils’ knowledge and understanding

Learning objectives:

  • Learn which student groups are more likely to have been particularly negatively affected by this crisis in terms of their mental health and wellbeing and how best to support them
  • Discover how students think their wellbeing can best be supported as schools reopen
  • Find out more about the challenges with distance learning different student groups have experienced
  • Hear from practitioners as they speak about how they are supporting student mental health and wellbeing in their schools

Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask questions towards the end of the webinar.

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Event details

Event date
April 29, 2021
Event time
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Event location
Event organiser
Chartered College of Teaching