The Building Belonging Approach to School Improvement and Emotional Wellbeing
An overview of an evidence driven approach to improving schools and protecting emotional wellbeing, using examples from schools.
3 takeaways from Cathal’s training session
– Understand psychological safety as a driver of organisational improvement through consultation with all stakeholders –
– Appreciate the research underpinning emotional wellbeing and high educational outcomes –
– Introduce a practical framework for delivering sustainable incremental improvements at scale and inform SEF’s and SIP’s –
This session is aimed at all schools working with children with SEND.
This session was originally presented at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
About the Creator
Cathal Lynch / Education Consultant
Cathal Lynch is a former Outstanding SEMH Head teacher, Director of Education and National Director of Day Schools for a group of SEMH schools. He is also a former mainstream MAT co-founder and COO as well as a Strategic Director for Leadership and School Improvement. He is a consultant educational expert for The Key and has spoken at a range of national and regional conferences. He now works as a School Improvement consultant using the tools and approaches outlined in his recent book, Building Belonging.
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