Headteacher Summit: Details of the Day
10:00 – 15:00, 18th June, Russell Square, London
Schools and colleges have a front-line role in in promoting as well as protecting children and young people’s mental health and well-being. There are many different approaches and this event will summarise the empirical evidence and open discussion. Are there any common threads leading to success, and how is success measured and evidenced? The summit will open with a brief outline of the available research evidence, followed by discussion on implementation, monitoring and measurement. Ofsted will attend to field any questions about the proposed framework for well-being assessment.
Ofsted are invited to participate with keynote speakers to include Sir Anthony Seldon and Dr Christopher O’Neill (University of Oxford MYRIAD Research Project).
Key areas for discussion will be
- Building resilience
- Building a positive relationship with mental health
- Authentic Happiness
- What works? A Report from Oxford University researchers
- Assessing and managing the risks of social media
Discussions to include:
- Ofsted – Jonathan Jones HMI Inspection Framework
- HMI specialist adviser for mental health will discuss the proposed inspection framework for well-being
- Sir Anthony Seldon – An embedded Approach to Well-Being
- Vice Chancellor of the University of Buckingham.
- Former headteacher of Wellington College
- Founder of The Wellington Academy
- Honorary Adviser to 10 Downing Street
- Well known for the promotion of holistic education and well-being against ‘factory schools.
- Dr Christopher O’Neill – What works?
- Initiated the University of Oxford MYRIAD Research Project on resilience and well-being in schools
- Professor Alister McGrath – Flourishing as the aim of Education
- Psychology, Spirituality, Health and Well-Being – the empirical data
Lunch included and refreshments available throughout the day
Digital package £120
Resources only. Includes notes, digital resources and a recording of the day for use in staff training.
Standard package £220
Attend the event, contribute to the debate and receive hard copy notes.
Premium package £320
Attend the event, bring a colleague free of charge, receive notes, digital resources and a recording of the day for use in staff training.
A Framework for Well-Being Assessment
Preparing for Ofsted
Ofsted will inspect well-being provision in schools.The Government emphasises the front line role of schools and colleges in promoting and protecting children and young people’s mental health and well-being and supports a whole school approach that embeds the promotion of well-being throughout the culture of the school and curriculum as well as in staff training. This approach will be reflected in Ofsteds inspection regime and reporting.