4th Annual Mental Health in Education Summit 2022

4th Annual Mental Health in Education Summit 2022

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About the Event

The only event devoted to mental health in education is back for its 4th year in 2022, at a time where the pandemic has played havoc with student wellbeing.

The Mental Health & Wellbeing in Education Summit provides advice, actionable strategies, and evidence-led insights from educators around Australia. Whilst a large portion of the program will focus on rebuilding wellness programs as stay-at-home orders slowly fade away, the program will also include sessions on how to increase teacher and student resilience in the classroom and the wider community.

NESA approved event, worth 8 hours of professional development, hear case studies and keynotes from over 20 educators on every day and long term concerns surrounding student, teacher, and principal mental health.

Key Speakers from 2022:

Fiona Webster
Principal
Virtual School Victoria
Alan Parsons
Deputy Head of School
Newcastle Grammar School
Dr Kate Hadwen
Principal
Pymble Ladies’ College
Lynette Jobson
Principal
Alamanda College

Agenda

Pre-conference Workshop 9:00 am - 5:00 PM April 5, 2022

Summit Agenda : Day 1 APRIL 06 , 2022

Summit Agenda : Day 2 APRIL 07 , 2022

POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM APRIL 7, 2022

Benefits of attending:

  • Understand emerging trends in mental health
  • Encourage help-seeking behaviours
  • Build inclusive and safe learning environments
  • Protect teacher wellbeing
  • Drive student ownership of their own wellbeing
  • Provide early intervention and targeted support

Who should attend:

  • Principal
  • Deputy Principal
  • Head of Wellbeing
  • Counsellor
  • Head of Year

Our 2022 Speaker Lineup:

Alan Parsons
Deputy Head of School
Newcastle Grammar School
Dr Kate Hadwen
Principal
Pymble Ladies’ College
Paul Graham
Manager of Student Wellbeing
Mount Waverley Secondary College
Michelle Pereira
Assistant Principal - Wellbeing
St Francis Xavier College
Fiona Webster
Principal
Virtual School Victoria
Malcolm lver
Assistant Principal Student Engagement and Wellbeing
Virtual School Victoria
Rob Mason
Team Leader – Student Wellbeing
Virtual School Victoria
Lynette Jobson
Principal
Alamanda College
Megan Cook
Principal
Cranbourne East Secondary College
Jacob Elms
Dean of Academic Welfare
Secondary School, John Paul College
Megan Shipman
Dean of Academic Welfare – Primary School
John Paul College
Nick Hudson
Founder
The Push-Up Challenge
Patrick Lowe
Deputy Principal Students
St Ignatius College

Past Delegate Testimonials:

  • NOWRA EAST PUBLIC SCHOOL

Outstanding, very inspiring! I will be changing the way I do things at my school.

  • DARAMALAN COLLEGE

Extremely useful. I have almost filled my notebook with ideas to share with my colleagues!

  • RYALDAMERE PUBLIC SCHOOL

Fantastic - I want more! So many similar stories!

  • ST DOMINIC’S COLLEGE

Excellent, high-quality information and presenter

  • SCOTCH COLLEGE

These are both innovative women that gave changed their world, inspiring me to change mine with the gathered knowledge.

  • CHATSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Fantastic! So informational and inspiring! Very clear and engaging presentation!

  • ST PETER’S LUTHERAN COLLEGE

• Confronting with practical advice • Great to see the journey of the school • Good use of data • Motivating

  • THE HAMILTON AND ALEXANDRA COLLEGE

Outstanding, relevant, and current information

  • THE HAMILTON AND ALEXANDRA COLLEGE

Outstanding, relevant, and current information

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