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Wellbeing Newsletter
January 2020

 
It's Children's Mental Health Week
3rd - 7th February 2020
 
Time to Talk Day 2020 is taking place on Thursday 6th February

Mental health problems affect one in four of us, yet too many people are made to feel isolated, ashamed and worthless because of this. Time to Talk Day encourages everyone to be more open about mental health. 

We invite you to join us by helping your students to actively engage with the schools conversation pack.
This pack is full of tips, ideas and resources to help get your school talking. Some of the content can be used with students, some with staff and some for the whole school community. You can access it here.

If you have Wellbeing Ambassadors why not get them involved in planning how your school can be a part of this?

Emotional Wellbeing & Mental Health: FREE resources & support

Thanks to funding from Eikon partners, we offer free, high quality programmes to help you improve students’ wellbeing – details below.
Don't Miss Out!
Year 6 Funded Resilience Programme
 
76% of Surrey Schools have already ordered their Smart Moves books;
Are you missing out?

Our successful programme helps students to develop life long resilience and equips young people with a range of "Smart Moves" they can make when things get tough. Both the teacher training and student workbooks are currently funded by the Surrey CAMHS Transformation Programme. One of the key successes to this programme is how easy it is to use. Click the buttons below to view the training/ order your books today!

Click here to view online versions of the resources.
 
View Online Training
Order Funded Books
TOP TIPS TO ENSURE SMART MOVES IS IMPACTFUL IN YOUR SCHOOL

Our research shows that the delivery of the programme differs between schools and tutors. Best practice to create impact includes:
  • Keep reminding everyone of the overall purpose of the programme commit to delivering in an interesting and engaging way
  • Have great conversations – the programme is about enhancing communication, developing empathy and building strong relationship skills which all lead to greater resilience
  • Ask rather than tell – the goal is to get pupils to think about their own Smart Moves
  • Use it in all your interactions – if a pupil comes to you outside the session you can ask - ‘ Thinking about your Smart Moves what could you do? '
Smart Moves Year 10
Following the successful delivery of Smart Moves for Years 6 & 7 across more than 80% schools in Surrey we have been asked to develop Smart Moves for Year 10. 
 
Designed for all students across Year 10 and into Year 11, Smart Moves is a strength based, early intervention tool that educates and upskills both students and teachers on building resilience skills. Delivery is led by class teachers or tutors for this crucial school year.
 
Why Smart Moves 10?


Smart Moves 10 is a practical way to have a large impact on multiple young people and schools. Teachers will be equipped to deliver good quality lessons on resilience and wellbeing.
  • Students will learn smart skills relating to their emotional wellbeing and mental health
  • Students will understand healthy ways of coping and what works well for them
  • Students will understand who is within their network of support and services
  • Students will build an understanding of personal beliefs and values
  • Students will identify positive role models 
Pre-order Smart Moves 10
Smart Moves for Sixth Form

We have launched a new funded resource; Smart Moves for Sixth Form. Staff can use the resources for seminars, tutorials or one2one support and students can directly access a range of Smart Moves on PC or mobile phone. If you have a Sixth Form please can you share the link:

www.smartmovescollege.com

Wellbeing Ambassadors
getting a school talking
Head Smart Wellbeing Ambassadors
 
Head Smart is a peer-led Wellbeing Ambassador programme funded by Mindsight Surrey CAMHS.  Eikon deliver a training programme and provide resources to develop Wellbeing Ambassadors in your school. They will then be able to help other students to think about their own mental health and the practical things they can do to promote positive wellbeing. A Wellbeing Ambassador promotes wellbeing in school through education, activities, events and whole school communication.

We are currently taking bookings for this training. If you would like to find out more information please visit our website or email us.
SMART Schools

It is widely recognised that a child’s emotional health and wellbeing influences their cognitive development and learning as well as their physical and social health and their mental wellbeing in adulthood.  

Eikon’s SMART Schools programme supports schools to strategically develop whole school approaches to improving wellbeing by highlighting where things are working well and identifying focused areas for improvement and signposting to resources.

Level 1 is  an online assessment tool for SLT to review and reflect on the school’s current position with regards to whole school wellbeing.  

Level 2 focuses on one or two areas highlighted in the report produced during level 1.  Eikon will spend a day in school carrying out a deep-dive day, speaking to staff, pupils, parents and governors, to identify next steps and formulate an action plan to improve whole school wellbeing . 

The programme is currently funded by Surrey Educational Trust.

If you are interested to find out more, please email smartschools@eikon.org.uk and someone from our team will be in touch.

Young Carers - Summer School
The University of Surrey is running a FREE summer school for young carers from school years 9 - 11. It is a great opportunity for them to explore a range of subjects and meet fellow students who share similar experiences.

For more information and applications please visit their website
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