POSTPONED

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Date to be confirmed

£200

Price includes a copy of the Toolkit

Along with conference organisers all over the world, Learning & Wellbeing Psychology Co-operative CIC has been watching the COVID-19 situation as it evolves. Each passing day brings new developments, but our top priority remains the health and wellbeing of the people who live and work in the communities we serve.  

As Educational Psychologists, we recognise how stressful this particular situation is for schools, their staff, family and students and we share your concerns. Learning & Wellbeing Psychology stands with all of you during a time when we need to support one another. 

In order to enable education professionals to look after themselves and focus on the situation in their schools, we intend to postpone ‘The Wellbeing Toolkit for Mental Health Leads: An Introductory Course’ which was planned for Friday 24th April 2020.  Learning & Wellbeing Psychology hope that you understand that the decision to postpone is not an easy one, but we feel that it is the right decision to make. 

Learning & Wellbeing Psychology will guarantee a place on the re-scheduled course for all the delegates who have requested places. However, during these uncertain times it is difficult to determine a date for the rescheduled course, but we should be able to confirm this in the near future. You can request a refund if the rescheduled dates do not work for you. Additionally, if you would prefer an immediate refund, please let us know. We will prioritise you for booking onto the rescheduled course.  

Staying informed about the impact of the coronavirus around the world is vital to ensuring your safety and the wellbeing of your school community. In addition to your local public health officials and local authorities, be sure to follow the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Health Service, which include up-to-date guidance for gathering safely. 

In order to support your work in schools, we have written a blog on talking to children about the coronavirus and a social story to help you communicate effectively with children who have social communication needs. We hope that these resources are helpful. 

This is a challenging time, but we take comfort in knowing that gathering together to learn is core to the human experience. When this global outbreak recedes, learning together will return stronger than ever. 

Thank you for your interest in our event, 

 

Learning & Wellbeing Psychology 

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