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11 Mar 2019
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Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Workshops & PSHE events

There are PSHE events now for you to book onto.

 

Eastbourne & Hailsham EIP - Primary PSHE Hub event

The venue for the PSHE Hub meeting on Thursday 14 March, 4pm to 5.30pm is: Oakwood Primary Academy, Magnolia Walk, Eastbourne BN22 0SS.  If you have not yet confirmed your attendance, please contact:

Andrew McKechnie, andrew@westrise-jun.e-sussex.sch.uk

Primary PSHE Hub Coordinator Eastbourne and Hailsham EIP, West Rise Junior School.

Hastings, Rother and Rye EIP - Primary PSHE Hub event

Free training in the 'Smart Moves' programme, which is a programme of evidence-based short sessions to give young people in Years 6 and 7 (although this could also be adapted for other year groups too) small learnable skills that increase resilience. For more information about the programme and the resources used please visit Eikon's website.

This training will be running on Monday 25 March, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, at Glenleigh Park Primary Academy, Gunters Lane, Bexhill, TN39 4ED.  

For those schools that have signed up to the Hastings, Rother and Rye PSHE Hub there are some free resources available. The first ten schools to book their place will receive a FREE class set of pupil books (32) and a teachers guide.

For more info and to book a place by Thursday 21 March, contact:

  • Elizabeth Latter, elatter@auroraacademies.org

(Primary PSHE Hub Lead for Hastings, Rother and Rye Schools)

Please see the latest MHEW newsletter for details of forthcoming events, including 'whole school approach' workshops in terms 4 and 5, and MHEW conference in term 6. You can book a place here.

Judy Perraton
Judy Perraton
Schools' MHEW Adviser

Phone: 01273 335089
Email: judy.perraton@eastsussex.gov.uk