Pupil Well-being - Whole Child Whole School

#pedagoohampshire

Last year’s #PedagooHampshire was a fantastic CPD event, a buzzing atmosphere throughout the day, with a host of great presenters and inspiring keynotes from both @vivienne‍ and @ottleyoconnor. This year’s line up looks like it’s set to be another highly successful event. With such a diverse variety of sessions on offer, it won't be an easy task to choose among them!

Following on from my presentation with @jenna‍ last year, where we shared our whole school well-being journey, this year my session will focus on how we have moved forward, looking at ways to promote pupil mental health and well-being from a holistic approach, across the curriculum. 

(Image: Trick Box - Innervision Coaching)

I am really looking forward to sharing a wide range of ideas, strategies and resources on ways develop the WHOLE CHILD within a primary setting. Hope you’ll be there to join in the conversation...

See you soon.

Thanks,

Kerry 

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Kerry Macfarlane

Kerry Macfarlane

Primary teacher SLE Creative Curriculum Literacy specialist PSHE/Wellbeing ITT/NQT Mentor

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Andy Knill Andy Knill @andyknill 2 months ago
It will be good to see how you have taken this forwards.
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Kerry Macfarlane Kerry Macfarlane @kab21mac 2 months ago
Thanks Andy. It'll be great if you can join in ☺️
Andy Knill Andy Knill @andyknill 2 months ago
Which session are you presenting in? I am doing just after lunch. Also a. Handle for you and @jenna to see how my art has developed since #TMPoole16.
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Andy Knill Andy Knill @andyknill 2 months ago
Lo beat me to it.
Andy Knill Andy Knill @andyknill 2 months ago
We are on at same time I am n room 6 so if no one comes to my session will come along plus chat pre, and in breaks plus pub after.
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Andy Knill Andy Knill @andyknill 2 months ago
Comment was meant to say a chance to see, now I understand the handlecomment from @jenna
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