'The Power of Conversations' - Education Support free webinar

Our upcoming free webinar is open to all teachers and education staff. We will explore the importance of talking to each other, and how these conversations can work better for teachers and education staff at school and in life.

We know that having the right conversation at the right time can open the door to recovery from stress, burnout and mental health problems.

How can we bring more of these kinds of conversations into the working lives of teachers and education staff? Our fantastic speakers will help with this question.

We will be joined by a panel comprising of experienced teachers and mental health experts, who will explore the power of conversations and share their expertise on how we can make conversations work better for education staff. Chaired by Education Support’s Chief Executive, Sinéad Mc Brearty, our panel also includes:

• Mike Armiger, Mental Health Champion in schools

• Ella Hughes, Headteacher and participant in our Peer Support Programme

• Dr Emma Kell, Deputy Head and Wellbeing Expert

Our speakers collectively bring an enriched set of various perspectives and experiences, which will benefit and support others working in the education sector.

So whether you are a teacher wanting to know how to have these conversations, or you are a school leader seeking advice on when to have these conversations with your staff, join us Monday 23rd May at 4pm on Zoom for an hour of engaging discussion - and take away practical strategies and advice to use at school and in your everyday.

You can register for your free place here: https://www.educationsupport.org.uk/news-and-events/events/the-power-of-conversations-how-a-great-conversation-can-open-the-door-to-recovery-and-transformation/

Spaces are limited, so please book now.

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Great session for all @schools in the community. Maybe others can share how they are breaking down barriers with their staff teams through powerful conversations? :point_down: :point_down: :point_down: :point_down: