Pastoral Leadership

Pastoral Leadership


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Addressing the challenges:

  1. Staff knowledge, skills and confidence
  2. Declining emotional wellbeing and resilience
  3. Evidencing and assessing impact

This two day programme will challenge and develop pastoral leaders, allowing you to deliver evidence informed support for students experiencing mental health or emotional wellbeing difficulties and progressing developments that any school will want to take forward for this area  The biggest planned change to the inspection framework is that the section based on “pupil outcomes” (exam results) is likely to be replaced with a new judgement for “quality of education



You will explore recent research and best practice examples relating to school mental health and wellbeing support. You will then use this knowledge and understanding to audit your own practice and develop strategies which you can apply in school.  You will leave with a deeper understanding of evidence based school mental health interventions and an improved confidence around implementation within your role and the wider school.

On completion of the programme you will have further developed your ability to design interventions relevant to your context. Using a process of development and feedback, you will have also grown your capacity to lead mental health interventions in your school.

The programme comprises of two modules covering:

  • Auditing current practice of mental health support within a department or school.
  • Learning from peers what methods have worked in different mental health and wellbeing support situations and how these can be applied in school.
  • The application of new methods, including evaluating success and areas for improvement.
  • Leading change amongst colleagues, including how to lead others to improve mental health practice across their area of responsibility.

Middle leaders who currently hold or are interested in taking on a role focused on leading pastoral care, wellbeing or school mental health.  This may include to pastoral leads, inclusion leads, Heads of Year, or other middle leaders with a wellbeing or school mental health remit or Special Educational Needs leaders.


Two days: (9:30am – 3:30pm for each)

Day 1: March 5th 2019

Day 2: June 4th 2019


If you are a teaching school , MAT,  Local Authority  or cluster of schools and would like this programme delivered to you and/or added to your CPD Portfolio then please contact


Day 1: 5th March 2019
Day 2: 4th June 2019

9:30am – 3:30pm


Holiday Inn, Ellesmere Port
Lower Mersey Street
Ellesmere Port
CH65 2AL


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