August 28th Fiona Forman - Sligo Education Centre

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A Whole School Approach to Staff Well-Being
Fiona Forman M. Sc Applied Positive Psychology
August 28th (7pm)
Prioritising well-being in schools is now more important than ever, and research shows that this begins with staff well-being.
A two-part approach is needed for this, involving equipping staff with skills and strategies, and also supporting them through a positive whole school culture.
This webinar will focus on whole-school strategies to promote staff well-being, including nurturing a culture of appreciation, autonomy and positive relationships.
It will also provide ideas for staff well-being committees.
Suitable for teachers (Primary & Post-Primary)

Fiona Forman
Fiona Forman is an author, speaker, facilitator, and trainer in the area of well-being and Positive Psychology in education and parenting.
Fiona holds an M. Sc. in Applied Positive Psychology, the science of well-being, from the University of East London.
Having spent many years as a teacher, she is passionate about placing well-being at the heart of school and family life, and she has seen first-hand the many benefits this brings to both young people and adults alike. She is the co-author of Weaving Well-Being, an SPHE programme for children which is now widely used in Ireland and abroad. Fiona is also the author of Wired for Well-Being, a new well-being programme for second level schools. Her junior programme, Welcome to Well-Being, has also been recently released in Ireland and abroad.
Fiona is also the mother of 2 young adults, which has deepened her awareness of the importance of equipping our children with the support and skills they need to thrive and flourish, despite the challenges of life.
Her latest book, BRAVER THAN YOU BELIEVE: A Parent’s Guide to Building Children’s Resilience using Positive Psychology Skills, has recently been released.
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