Mental Health and Well-Being Network 2020-21 – final meeting

The North West Learning Partnership would like to offer ALL schools the chance to attend the final Mental Health and Well-Being Network of 2020-21.
This will take place on:  Thursday 10 June,  12:30 – 3:30pm at Village Hotel Liverpool, Fallows Way, Whiston, L351RZ.
Cost: Free of charge to all schools. 
Target audience: Primary, Secondary, AP, PRU and Special schools- Pastoral leads and Senior staff in charge of Well Being.
Presentation by Pete Owens from Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership, Barbara Travis, Civil Engineering Careers, Tommy Makinson, St Helens Rugby League Player
Facilitated by Linda SmithNWLP Mental Health and Well Being Director

Weapons Down Gloves Up e-modules have been designed for secondary schools to deter young people from crime and create awareness of how to stay safe and reduce the risk of child exploitation.

There are 10 modules with 20 minute video clips and reflective exercises which can be played within a classroom environment and support discussions thereafter. Schools will be supplied all 10 modules with resources so all can be utilised or a pick and mix depending on the issues within each school. This resource is FREE to ALL schools. 

Gangs, drugs, jail, image orientation, exploitation and finding role models are some of the modules included. 

This is an exciting opportunity. As this event will be face to face booking is essential. Places will be limited to one place per school and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. 
To reserve a place please contact: 
For further opportunities in 2021-22 please see the NWLP CPDL brochure attached
These offers will be discussed in more depth, plus many more opportunities to get involved. 
Many thanks in advance.