Planning a wellbeing inset day toolkit

This toolkit is designed to be a guided Inset day for schools to work through, focused on wellbeing.

Inset Day Toolkit

Date published: 28/07/2020

From speaking to many of you, we know that one of your primary concerns on welcoming children back to school in the autumn is mental health and wellbeing.

An Inset day before the start of term is a great opportunity for the whole school staff to come together to focus on wellbeing, ready for the term ahead.

This toolkit is split into four sections:

  • Auditing your school
  • Planning for potential separation anxiety
  • Supporting staff wellbeing
  • Improving the school environment

We have also included some suggested resources to use in the first weeks of term.

You can use this toolkit in whatever way works best for you – you could pick individual sections to complete, or you could follow the full plan across the day.

 

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