Greater Manchester Mentally Healthy Schools ¦ End of Pilot Summit
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In light of the Government’s Green Paper (December 2017); ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health’, it was agreed that Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP) would deliver a 6 month rapid pilot across 31 primary, secondary and SEN schools providing evidence informed mental health support and help for students/pupils and staff.
A collaborative model of delivery was commissioned by which four voluntary and social care organisations; Youth Sport Trust, Alliance for Learning, 42nd Street and Place2Be, would explore how evidence-based approaches could create a whole school approach to improving young people’s mental health through developing their physical and emotional literacy and by providing the right training, support and resources for an adult and young person workforce.
Today we will provide an overview of the programme, discuss the findings from the evaluation and consider the next steps for a programme of support for children and young people’s mental and emotional wellbeing across GM.
The Summit will provide an opportunity:
- To celebrate the successful completion of the Pilot
- To provide an update on the delivery of the programme as a partnership
- For the Young Health Ambassadors/Young Mental Health Champions to share their experience of the Pilot
- To hear recommendations from the evaluation of the Pilot and lessons learned
- To discuss links to the National Trailblazer (Green Paper) Programme
All those involved in the Pilot together with anyone with an interest in hearing about the recommendations.
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