Haringey Schools In Mind Programme - Workshop 1
This programme brings together education and mental health professionals so that more children and young people get the help they need.
One in eight children experience a mental health problem. Half of all lifetime cases of mental health disorders begin by the age of 14. It has never been more important to promote mental health.
The Haringey Schools in Mind Programme is a major national initiative which will be rolled out over four years starting from September 2019. All Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are expected to take part and every school and college in England will be invited to participate.
The programme has a simple aim: to bring together education and mental health professionals so that more children and young people get the help and support they need, when they need it. The programme centres around two full-day workshops which bring together education and mental health professionals from across the CCG.
The training programme is funded by the Department for Education and will be delivered by the Anna Freud Centre and our training partners. CCG leads are expected to take part and will be responsible for recruiting the relevant mental health and education professionals.
There is no charge for schools and colleges taking part in The Haringey Schools in Mind Programme, the only cost you will have to pay is for your travel.
**Lunch will be provided on the day**
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27 January 2020
from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
Hornsey School For Girls
Inderwick Rd, London, Crouch End N8 9JF, UK
Leonie Aboagye - Project Support Officer NHS Haringey CCG