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Healthy Schools Training

ALL of our training is FREE and available to ALL school staff in ALL schools in Cornwall!  We want to offer as many training opportunities as possible to schools throughout the county, so it's really important that you cancel your place if you are not able to come along. We ask, therefore, that if for any reason you are no longer able to attend, please let us know in advance of the session. If you do not attend our training and haven't advised us with 24 hours notice, your school will be invoiced to the value of £25.

The administration of our training sessions is now hosted by Healthy Cornwall 

Click here to download our latest training flyer

 

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You will be taken to the Healthy Cornwall training booking page to complete your details. Please phone us on 01209 615600 if you have any queries. 

We will send you a confirmation email upon booking including details of the venue, and a reminder 7 days before the event with full joining instructions.  Please contact us if you fail to receive either of these.

Active School Workshop

We know that teacher engagement is crucial to pupils having high-quality movement opportunities across the school day. Therefore this training session is all about how teachers can feel confident to make activity the norm and help to ensure their pupils are reaching at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day. Within this session you will be provided with information on how being an Active School benefits pupils and the wider community and given practical support and advice around the steps you can take to become an active teacher and school.

Please visit the Healthy Cornwall Training page to book your place. If you would like to attend this session please wear comfortable clothing and shoes! This workshop is a duration of 3 hours.

This Girl Can in Your School

It is continuously shown throughout research that girls are less active than their male peers. This not only affects their physical health, but also their emotional wellbeing. The 'This Girl Can in Your School' training session will give you an insight into the barriers that girls face in being active, and identifies things that you can do to help break down these barriers in a school setting, and in every day to day life!

If you are working in a Primary school setting, this training will help you achieve step 2 of Youth Sports Trust’s '5 ways to transform primary schools with the PE and Sport Premium' model. If you are working in a Secondary school setting, this training session may be a good way to increase your knowledge about why some young females in your school are not engaged with being active - and how you can help break down the barriers and encourage them to be more active!   

After completing the training you will receive a 'This Girl Can in Your School' starter kit, which includes a combination of adapted free resources from a number of different campaigns and initiatives that address some of the barriers that young females face when engaging with physical activity.

This course can be delivered in your school, and there are also open sessions around the county to book onto. See below for dates:

When? Where? What time?
6 December 2018 Chy Trevail, Bodmin 9.00am - 12.00pm
17 January 2018 Basset Centre, Camborne 9.00am - 12.00pm

 

Please book your free place via the Healthy Cornwall website

Drug and Alcohol Education Training

Teaching Drug and Alcohol Education with Confidence - For Primary Schools

This training will support educators to build confidence and expertise in delivering a Drug and Alcohol programme which is well resourced and meets the needs of young people.  It will enable educators to provide an inclusive, confident approach to discussions, questions and lessons. The immensely popular Christopher Winter Project (CWP) Teaching Drug and Alcohol Education with Confidence resource is explored, with opportunities to use the stimulating, interactive resources and activities for Key Stage 1 and 2, along with useful assessment and evaluation tools.  

Delegates receive a free copy of the CWP resource (worth £125) to take back to their school. We are delivering this two hour session in schools as part of an inset day or twilight staff meeting.  Contact us and your school support worker will get in touch to discuss dates to suit you. 

Teaching Drug and Alcohol Education with Confidence - Secondary Schools

This training will support educators to build confidence and expertise in delivering a Drug and Alcohol programme which is well resourced and meets the needs of young people. It will enable educators to provide an inclusive, confident approach to discussions, questions and lessons. The immensely popular Christopher Winter Project (CWP) Teaching Drug and Alcohol Education with Confidence resource is explored, with opportunities to use the stimulating, interactive resources and activities for Key Stage 3 and 4, along with useful assessment and evaluation tools.

Delegates will receive a free copy of the CWP resource (worth £125) to take back to their school. We are delivering this two hour session in schools as part of an inset day or twilight staff meeting.  Contact us and your school support worker will get in touch to discuss dates to suit you.

Lasting 2 hours, this course can be arranged at a date and time to suit you (free of charge). We ask for a minimum of 8 delegates and quiet space and facilities to deliver the training. You may like to join up with other schools in your local area or cluster to form a cluster based training session - a great way of sharing ideas, best practice and finding out what goes on in the schools around you.

Healthy School Award Support

We've updated our Healthy Schools support for schools in Cornwall! We can come along to meet with you at your school to explain how to use our online tools to document the great work you are doing in a Whole School Approach to emotional health and wellbeing for your school community.  This may identify some areas where we can support with training and resources. We can meet one to one with your healthy schools coordinator, and/or facilitate a staff meeting where you and your colleagues can work towards gaining a Healthy School award. Contact us to arrange. 

Learner Participation Training (School Council Training)

This workshop is for Cornwall school staff who are looking for ways organise Learner Participation in their school. The session is packed with ideas on how to move your learners and staff towards shared decision-making in a rights-respected school.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  • The role of Learner Participation in an effective school
  • Your schools participation journey
  • Organising Learner Participation
  • The new Learner Participation Award
  • Practical ideas and models
When? Where? What time?
Monday 24 September 2018 Basset Centre, Camborne 10.00am - 3.30pm
Thursday 4 October 2018 Bodmin 10.00am - 3.30pm

Please book your place via the Healthy Cornwall website 

Learner Participation Awards Day

This event is for Cornwall Educational Institutions who have achieved a Learner Participation Award this academic year. Being held in the Council Chambers at New County Hall, each institution is invited to present to their peers about the great things their Learner Participation forum has accomplished. They will then be awarded with their School Council Award to take back to school. There may even be the opportunity for a Q & A session with a Cornwall Councillor!

When? Where? What time?
Friday 28 June 2019 New County Hall, Truro By invitation only

 

For more information about how to attain a Learner Participation award, please contact us

Online Safety Training

Following the changes to the Online Safety section of the Ofsted inspection, we are delivering a short session to help your staff and governors:

      • Think about the ways young people are using technology
      • Identify important aspects of online safety
      • Signpost reliable sources of lesson plans to use in school
      • Support and report – for a child in your care and to keep yourself safe as a professional

Suitable for primary schools and secondary schools. We deliver this two hour session in schools as part of an inset day or twilight staff meeting.  Contact us and your Healthy Schools Delivery Advisor will get in touch to discuss dates to suit you.  

 

Relationships and Sex Education Training

Christopher Winter Project - Teaching Relationships and Sex Education with confidence

For Primary Schools

This training will support educators to build confidence and expertise in delivering an RSE programme which is well resourced and meets the needs of young people.   It will enable educators to provide an inclusive, confident approach to discussions, questions and lessons.  The immensely popular Christopher Winter Project (CWP) Teaching Relationships and Sex Education with Confidence resource is explored, with opportunities to use the stimulating, interactive resources and activities for Key Stage 1 and 2, along with useful assessment and evaluation tools

Delegates will receive a free copy of the CWP resource worth £125 for use in their school. We are delivering this two hour session in schools as part of an inset day or during a twilight staff meeting.  Contact us and your school support worker will get in touch to discuss dates to suit you

For Secondary Schools

This training will support educators to build confidence and expertise in delivering an RSE programme which is well resourced and meets the needs of young people.   It will enable educators to provide an inclusive, confident approach to discussions, questions and lessons.  The immensely popular Christopher Winter Project (CWP) Teaching Relationships and Sex Education with Confidence resource is explored, with opportunities to use the stimulating, interactive resources and activities for Key Stage 3 and 4, along with useful assessment and evaluation tools.  

Delegates will receive a free copy of the CWP resource worth £125 for use in their school. We are delivering this two hour session in schools as part of an inset day or twilight staff meeting.  Contact us and your school support worker will get in touch to discuss dates to suit you

Resilience and Self Esteem Toolkit (ReSET) Primary

What is ReSET?  It stands for Resilience and Self Esteem Toolkit!  Designed to support schools around Emotional Health and Wellbeing, it takes the form of a mini-site, resource books with activities and templates and boxes of support materials.

Learning Objectives of workshop training:

      • Raise awareness of Emotional Health and Wellbeing
      • Recognise the importance of a whole school approach to EHWB
      • Explore ideas for increasing emotional literacy
      • Consider a range of coping strategies
      • Explore ways of increasing positive self-esteem
      • Explore a range of tools and ideas to support this work in class or intervention work
      • Shared good practice 

For more information on ReSET check our pages on this site including feedback from previous training.   

When? Where? What time?
Thursday 1 December 2018 Chy Trevail, Bodmin 9.30am - 4.00pm
Thursday 10 January 2018 Basset Centre, Camborne 9.30am - 4.00pm

 

Please go to the Healthy Cornwall website to book your free place

Staff Wellbeing

In response to many requests for support from schools in Cornwall, we have developed a workshop to fit neatly into your school's twilight or inset sessions.  Teachers are notorious for having a poor work life balance, as their days are full of worry and hurry, so our aim is to support with ideas for building personal and team resilience. An interactive 2 hour workshop designed to increase your understanding of ways to support wellbeing within your school.  As ever, training also provides an opportunity for sharing good practice and a chance to reflect on how you can tailor support in your setting. Contact us to arrange dates for your school's inset or twilight session.  

Thinkuknow Introduction Course - Online Safety

Course Aims

This course is run by our CEOP trained Ambassador (i.e. a professional who has completed a CEOP Ambassador training course).

The Thinkuknow Introduction course covers:

  • Introduction to CEOP and Reporting
  • Children and Young People Online
  • Online Sexual Abuse
  • Nude Selfies: What Professionals Need to Know
  • The Thinkuknow Resources

 Who Should Attend?

This course is aimed at professionals who work directly with children and young people, including:

  •           Teachers
  •           Youth workers
  •           Social workers
  •           Police officers
  •           Child Protection professionals

Delegate criteria and cost

The Thinkuknow Introduction course is free for all delegates to attend.

All delegates attending the Thinkuknow Training course must present photographic ID to the Ambassador running the training at Event Registration for verification purposes. Acceptable forms of photographic ID are a passport, driver’s licence or work ID.

Additionally, we ask delegates to provide a letter from their employer on headed paper, signed by a manager stating:

  • The delegate’s role and length of employment period/association with the organisation they are representing;
  • The relevance of the training to the delegate’s role;
  • How the delegate intends to apply the knowledge gained;
  • Confirmation that the organisation has undertaken necessary risk assessment that the delegate is suitable to work with children and young people.

This must be supplied at event registration when attending the Thinkuknow Introduction course.

As a law enforcement agency, CEOP insists that any convictions are disclosed directly to us prior to attending the event - ceopeducation@nca.x.gsi.gov.uk.

When? Where? What time?
Wednesday 26 September 2018  Chy Trevail, Bodmin  1.00pm - 4.00pm 
Tuesday 13 November 2018  St John's Hall, Penzance  1.00pm - 4.00pm 
Thursday 6 December 2018  New County Hall, Truro  1.00pm - 4.00pm 

Click here to book your free training place via the Healthy Cornwall website.

Whole School Approach to Good Mental Health

Our Whole School Approach to Good Mental Health training and support has had a little re-vamp and update over the summer to ensure that all of the information that we deliver is current.  We have found that delivering the training in the school setting to all staff (where possible) is the best approach to considering what mental health is (and isn’t), ideas to stop stigma, risk and resilience factors and why mental health is SO important to schools.

Our signposting has been updated on our website, so schools can now access links to websites, lesson plans and anti-stigma campaigns via this easy to use page.

Our training session is now delivered only as a two hour session, which can be at a time to suit your school.  It is appropriate for all members of school staff, and works well as a precursor to ReSET (Resilience and Self-Esteem Toolkit) and/or our new two hour Staff Wellbeing workshops.

Contact your Healthy Schools Delivery Advisor or contact us to discuss a time and date for your free training session.