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Healthier pupils; better learners.

Healthy Schools Training

 

Click here to download a copy of our training flyer for your staff room noticeboard

ALL of our training is free!  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, therefore, ask that if for any reason you are unable to attend, please let us know.  

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 the Cornwall Health Promotion Service. 

 

Click here to book training

 

You will be taken to the Health Promotion Service training booking page to complete your details. Please phone us on 01209 313419 if you have any queries. 

We will send you a confirmation email upon booking including details of the venue, and a reminder 14 days before the event with full joining instructions.  Please contact us if you fail to receive either of these.

BHF Active Club

The British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Active Club pack is a resource to help plan and deliver fun and inclusive activity. It is a user-friendly resource that provides an ideal starting point for those who may not have any previous experience of delivering physical activity. Topics covered include:

  •  Why physical activity is so important
  •  Ways to encourage children to get active at school (including those who are reluctant)
  •  A range of practical activity ideas to use outside and during wet play, to help children become more active
  • How to get the children in your school active and playing games together; at lunchtimes, wet break or in a breakfast or after school club.  

Perfect for teachers, TAs and lunchtime supervisors.  Don’t forget your trainers as you even get chance to try some of the ideas out for yourself! By the end of the day you’ll be itching to put it all into practice!  Find out more about BHF Active Club

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 - a school hall works well as there needs to be enough space to try out the activities. You may like to join up with other schools in your local area or MAT to form a cluster based training session.

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

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.

Lunchtime Supervisors' Workshop

Lunchtime supervisors have a vital, and at times challenging, role in promoting a positive 'lunchtime experience' for children which is a central part of a healthy school food culture. The course is highly interactive with opportunity for sharing of experiences between participants and discussion around the challenges of this particular role.

The content includes:

      •  School Food Plan, guidelines and Ofsted awareness
      •  Encourage healthy choices at lunchtime including hidden sugars
      •  Supporting relationships and wellbeing
      •  The Eatwell Guide
      • Encouraging physical activity at lunchtimes 

Lasting 2.5 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. 

Promoting Positive Food Culture

Promoting positive food choices and lifestyle can have an impact across the school environment for pupil and staff wellbeing, as well as physical health. This workshop is highly interactive with opportunity to explore ways in which to incorporate food and healthy lifestyle activities throughout the school, embedding an ethos that supports healthy choices throughout the school day.

The content includes:

      •  School Food Plan, guidelines and Ofsted awareness
      •  Packed lunches, snack and school meals
      •  Meeting the curriculum guidance for cooking
      •  Ideas for growing in school
      • Encouraging a positive food culture and ethos through assemblies and other activities
      • Resources and signposting

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/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. For any further information, contact healthy.schools@nhs.net

  

When? Where? What Time?

 

   9.00am - 12.00pm

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:

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

Suitable for primary schools and secondary schools. 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.  

 

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?

 23rd November 2017

 Camborne  09.30am - 3.30pm

Samaritans DEAL resource for Secondary Schools

Samaritans' teaching resources help schools develop the skills that young people need to cope with life's challenges. The resources are designed for students aged 14 and over.  This programme is designed to be adapted to the needs of your students and the time you have available - there are one hour core lessons, which are great for PSHE lessons, and there are 20 minute sessions which might fit perfectly into tutor time.   

DEAL (Developing Emotional Awareness and Listening) aims to:

          • raise awareness of emotional health and the importance of recognising when you need help
          • develop positive coping strategies
          • reduce stigma and break down barriers around talking about emotional health.
          • developing communication skills
          • developing supportive and help-seeking behaviour in young people.

We are thrilled to be able to offer free two-hour training sessions in how to use the resources to ALL secondary schools in Cornwall.  This could be as part of an inset, or as a twilight staff meeting.  Please email us to discuss a suitable time and date for your staff.

School Council Workshop

This workshop is for Cornwall school staff who are looking for ways to raise the profile of the school council in their school. The session is packed with ideas on how to improve communication between council members and other pupils and members of the school community.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

      • An introduction to school council constitutions and policy
      • How the UNCRC fits in with school councils
      • Tools to help make decisions and record your meetings
      • The importance of communicating about your work
      • The opportunity to share ideas and good practice
When? Where? What Time?
TBA TBA 9.30am - 3.00pm

School Council PADL Awards Day 

This event is for Cornwall Primary Schools who have achieved a Promoting Active Democracy Loudly (PADL) Award this academic year.  Being held in the Council Chambers at New County Hall, each school is invited to present to their peers about the great things their school council has accomplished. They will then be awarded with their PADL 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?
     

 

To book your place at this prestigious event, please click here

STOP Stigma

Our PSHE Association Quality Assured resource 'STOP Stigma' aims to increase Year 9 students’ awareness of stigma linked to mental health problems, the role of language in stigmatisation and to reduce stigma by increasing students’ knowledge and understanding of mental health problems.

The aim is that following the use of this resource, students will:

          • develop an understanding of stigma and the importance of language
          • understand the impact of stigma on people with mental health problems and the people that care for them
          • explore their own attitudes to mental health and mental illness
          • dispel myths about mental health / illness
          • learn more about specific mental health problems
          • understand that changeable levels of mental wellbeing are a normal part of our life experience
          • feel more confident to talk about mental health
          • be more aware of who to talk to/where to go for help if they are concerned about themselves or someone they know.

Through our teacher training sessions, teachers and school staff will:

          • feel more confident to deliver this work and to discuss mental health in the classroom
          • understand the importance of a whole-school approach to the emotional health and wellbeing of pupils in school and as a context for this work
          • know how to signpost young people to further help in school and beyond.

We can deliver this session in your school to your staff.

Our STOP Stigma website will tell you more!

When?

Where?

What Time?

At your twilight or inset session

Your school

 

Thinkuknow Introduction Course - Online Safety

The Thinkuknow Introduction course is free for all delegates to attend. This course is run by a CEOP trained Ambassador. The Thinkuknow Introduction course provides an overview of; the CEOP Command, the Thinkuknow education programme, new technologies and how children and young people use them, the main risks associated with these online environments, and how the Thinkuknow education resources respond to these risks. This training is suitable for all staff working in primary, secondary, APA and special school settings for use in delivering online safety sessions both within school, and with parents.  Book your free place via the online booking form. If you would like this training to be delivered as part of an inset for your cluster or MAT, please get in touch.

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? Who for?
Thursday 9 November 2017   9.30am - 12.30pm KS1 and KS2 staff
Thursday 9 November 2017   1.00pm - 4.00pm  KS3 and KS4 staff
Tuesday 20 February 2018   9.30am - 12.30pm KS1 and KS2 staff
Tuesday 20 February 2018   1.00pm - 4.00pm KS3 and KS4 staff

Whole School Approach to Good Mental Health

This course has been designed in response to requests for support from schools around promoting good mental health and wellbeing across the whole school community.  Our informative and interactive workshop aims to raise your awareness of: 

    • Mental health
    • Behaviours and risk and resilience factors
    • Ideas for school-based support/interventions
    • Looking after yourself
When? Where? What Time?

Thursday 12 October

Camborne

9.30am - 4.00pm