Head Teacher of Wellbeing Meeting

Head Teacher of Wellbeing Networking Meeting – facilitated by RYDON

RYDON was lucky enough to attend the Head Teacher of Wellbeing meeting that occurs bi-annually. With three panels of youth services presenting on referral pathways and best practice, there were many rich conversations had during the meeting. Big thank you to the below services who presented:

Panel 1: Schools and Services

Stacey Jacobs (Cessnock High School)

Sheena Harvey (CALM)

Emily Woodbury (CYCOS)

Richard De Martin (Northlakes Youth Project)

 

Panel 2: General + Mental Health

Jamie Culiver (Youth Health Team)

Natasha Anderson (CAMHS)

Liam Feeney (EIA/CT)

Kim Gleeson and Jane Gardiner (Reconnect)

 

Panel 3: Justice, AOD + Restorative Practice

Bel Walsh (headspace AOD)

Kim Lennard (Youth Off the Streets)

 

 

Full minutes can be found here: Minutes 23.10.2019

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