A series of 7 psychoeducational modules designed to help improve young people’s psychological wellbeing. Learn Well builds resilience in young people by challenging mental health stigma. It raises awareness of the support available to help young people with their mental health and promotes positive wellbeing strategies and coping skills. The workshops can be delivered individually or as part of a full programme within PSHE lessons, assemblies or drop down days. This is a universal service, from which SEND students in mainstream schools can benefit, alongside their peers in class. This service is also delivered within SEND schools.
Who to contact
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Universal service for all secondary school students, as well as primary school students in their final year. It is available when schools schedule it in. Service is accessed when scheduled within the school. Typically the service is delivered to whole form or class groups but occasionally it is delivered to specific students, as selected by the school.
It can only be bought by organisations but is commissioned by the CCG for schools in the borough.
- Other notes
Teachers and/or Teaching Assistants are present to support service delivery and student behaviour.
Pre and post intervention M&E forms are distributed to measure change in wellbeing, through the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale, and changes in knowledge, attitudes and perceptions (a traffick light system is used for CYP with SEND).
Student and teacher feedback is incorporated into service design to ensure it remains relevant, effective and accountable.
Service supports those with mental health conditions.