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Invitation to Attend H&F Link Programme Tailored Support Sessions

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Jan 20 2022

LBHF are participating in the Link Programme in the spring term of 2022. The programme is delivered by the Anna Freud Centre, funded by the Department for Education, and will bring together local leaders in education and mental health to identify the support required by children and young people in our area. The sessions will focus on joining up the system for the benefit of schools and colleges.

As part of the programme the Anna Freud Centre will convene and facilitate three tailored support sessions, which you are invited to attend. The sessions will take place over Zoom and will include stakeholders from across the local authority in education and mental health. The content of the tailored support sessions are based on three areas of focus identified through the CASCADE framework by a strategic consultation group formed of local education leaders, local authority representatives and mental health partners across the borough.

The sessions will be as follows:

Clarity on roles, remit and responsibilities of partners involved in supporting CYP mental health:

2-5pm, Tuesday 22 February  Click here to register your attendance

Common approach to outcome measures to support young people:

2-5pm, Tuesday 8 March Click here to register your attendance

Ability to continue to learn and draw on best practice:

2-5pm, Thursday 24 March Click here to register your attendance

Please register for the session(s) that you would like to attend using the links above, and ensure you are registered at least one week before the session.

If you require more information, please feel free to contact Hannah Parrott (Hannah.parrott@lbhf.gov.uk), who will be leading on the programme locally.

We very much hope that you will participate in this important programme, and we look forward to collaborating over the coming months.

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