SATCHEL WEBINAR

Supporting Staff Wellbeing in Schools

Prioritising staff wellbeing and providing support in schools

Tuesday 24th May 12:30pm

Speakers

Graham Landi
Graham Landi
Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and Coach
Jon Tait
Jon Tait
Deputy CEO and Director of School Improvement
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Hannah-Mae Pinder
Head of Sales (UK) at Team Satchel
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Louise Raw
Marketing Director at Team Satchel

Satchel is joined by mental health and education professionals for this upcoming webinar to explore how school staff can support and prioritise staff wellbeing.

Key takeaways:

  • How to preserve your mental health as someone working in a school 
  • Actionable initiatives that can be applied to help improve the wellbeing of school staff
  • How Satchel Pulse can be used to monitor and improve staff wellbeing

Guest speakers

  • Graham Landi, Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and Coach, @landiwellbeing

  • Jon Tait, Deputy CEO and Director of School Improvement at the Areté Learning Trust, @teamtait

Graham will be exploring ways teachers can recognise mental health and wellbeing issues and explore different ways to support their wellbeing. 

Whilst Jon will be providing teachers and school leaders with actionable initiatives they can implement in school to improve the wellbeing of staff

We will also be joined by Satchel’s Head of Sales, Hannah-Mae, who will run you through how our wellbeing tool, Satchel Pulse can support your school staff's wellbeing.

Accessing the webinar

Sign up using the form on this page and we’ll send you a link when we’re going live. After the webinar, we’ll also send you a recording, along with additional information on our speakers. So do still sign up even if you can't make the live date. 

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Who is this webinar is for?

This webinar is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about their own wellbeing, improving the wellbeing of their staff or discovering tools that can support school wellbeing. Teachers, school leaders and all school staff are welcome and will find information relevant to them.