Emergency First Aid in the Workplace

We are inviting schools to book a place on our forthcoming ‘First Aid in the Workplace’ course, being held at Studley High School, B80 7QX.
We are running the course on two dates (same content both dates). We have a limited number of places, so the sooner the booking, the more likely to get a place.
Wednesday 19th June 8:30-3:30
Wednesday 10th July 8:30-3:30
Price per person, to include lunch and refreshments: £75
Bookings can be made by clicking this link https://forms.gle/ft13C6iS4JMUw8yu7
Or by visiting our website here https://www.shirestsa.co.uk/event-booking-form/
01527 852 478 #2
hello@shirestsa.co.uk for any queries.

Leading a Mentally Healthy School

Leading A Mentally Healthy School

Two Day Training Session


Members of Senior Leadership team, looking to strategically embed mental health into their School Development Plan


Day 1: Ethos, Culture and Strategic Leadership.
• What is mental health?
• Why have a whole school approach to mental health?
• The importance of ethos and culture
• Strategic planning

Day 2: Policies and Procedures for Impact.
• Policies and leadership
• Signs and symptoms
• Procedure for Impact


On 4 December 2017, the DfE and Department of Health released ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision: a Green Paper’ which outlines what the government wants to do to help children and young people with their mental health.

According to the Green Paper, 1 in 10 young people have some form of diagnosable mental health condition. Core proposal 1: A Designated Senior Lead for mental health in every school.
The government wants every school to have a designated senior lead for mental health by 2025.

The mental health lead will be a trained member of staff who is responsible for the school’s approach to mental health.

The programme will enable you to become a mentally healthy school.

  • To enable and empower senior leaders to place mental health at the heart of strategic school improvement
  • To equip senior leaders with practical and sustainable approaches that can be implemented on return to school
  • To enable schools to plan for mental health provision strategically and meet the needs of the Green Paper ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision’ (December 2017)
  • To ensure that schools can prove they are committed to tackling mental health problems and improving the emotional wellbeing of pupils

Cost in total:

£150 per person/£250 for two staff from the same school
£100 alliance partners/members


Monday 22nd October (Day 1)
Monday 19th November (Day 2)


Studley High School, Crooks Lane, Studley, B80 7QX
9.30am – 3.30pm

Lunch and refreshments will be provided

To book a place please click ‘book now’ in the event details or go to http://shirestsa.co.uk/event-booking-form/

Questions? Contact Shires TSA on 01527 852 478 #2 or hello@shirestsa.co.uk

Training and Support

We offer training and support in a wide variety of areas, calling on the expertise of our large team of Primary and Secondary SLE staff.

Areas of training previously delivered:

  • Managing difficult conversations
  • Understanding data
  • Leading and developing staff
  • Ofsted grade descriptor training
  • ‘Coaching, not managing’
  • Raising attainment
  • Mental Health support
  • KS2 computing
  • First aid in the school workplace

If you can’t see CPD relevant to you or your needs, please contact us. We can organise training to suit your staff, alliance, consortium or cluster – email us hello@shirestsa.co.uk