Conferences and events
SHINE school members’ monthly newsletters
Members of the SHINE network have access to all the backdated monthly newsletters in their secure SHINE members’ resources area accessed via the digital folder. These can be found in the central members’ area.
The newsletters contain updates on network resources, notification of new resources launched by partners, invitations to events and opportunities for your school to participate in health research.
The monthly newsletters are typically sent out mid month via email mail merge. Please ensure that you inform the SHINE Network Manager if there are any changes to the email contact address for the SHINE lead in your school. If you have not received the mailout, please check your junk folder and/or contact the SHINE Network Manager at : firstname.lastname@example.org
The SHINE Webinar series
Please scroll down to see previous webinars
8. Interpreting and implementing a SHINE mental health survey data report successfully in the school setting
This webinar was held on Thursday 19th May, 2022 and hosted by Dawn Haughton, the SHINE network manager and Judith Mabelis, a Research Fellow on the SHINE team. The session provided tips and advice on preparing to engage with the SHINE data report, how to interpret the graphs and measures used in the survey and provided some examples of how SHINE schools and Local Authorities had used the data reports as part of their whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing.
7. A Catch up with the SHINE Development Officers
This webinar was held on Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th February 2022 and showcases the work of the three SHINE Development Officers working part-time with SHINE between August 2021 and March 2022. The three seconded teachers present their development work which charts the progress of embedding the SHINE model in both primary and secondary schools. Tips and advice on how to use SHINE data reports as part of a whole-school approach to wellbeing in a school setting are shared.
6. eNurture : young people’s mental health in the digital age
This webinar was held on Wednesday 28th April 2021 and was presented by Professor Gordon Harold, the inaugural Professor of the Psychology of Education and Mental Health at the University of Cambridge. professor Harold is also the Director of the eNurture network. Further details about the network can be found at https://www.enurture.org.uk/
5. Mental illness and young people: stigma, discrimination and seeking support
This webinar was held on Wednesday 27th January 2021 and was presented by Professor Simon Hunter along with three of his PhD students: Rebecca Johnson, Rachel Taylor and Sofia Pimenta.
Further reading on this topic can be found here
4. Supporting the wellbeing of pupils with additional support needs in an inclusive school environment
This webinar was held on Wednesday 18th November 2020 and was presented by Dr Margaret Sutherland and Dr Ines Alves, University of Glasgow
During the webinar, Fran Foreman from Education Scotland posted links to the following resources on inclusive practice and inclusion, wellbeing and equalities, which may be of interest to you on this topic.
3. Attachment Difficulties – Stress at Home, Stress at School
This webinar was held on Wednesday 6th of May 2020 and was presented by Professor Helen Minnis, University of Glasgow.
In response to the request for further reading on this topic, Professor Minnis kindly conferred with colleagues at Scottish Attachment in Action to produce the following recommendations: Attachment difficulties: further reading
2. Suicide and self-harm in young people
This webinar was held on Wednesday 19th February 2020 and was presented by Professor Rory O’Connor, University of Glasgow.
(Please note: there is a brief section of frozen video lasting only 1 minute between 1.33 – 2.40 mins, however, the audio recording continues unaffected until the video resumes. We apologize for the short interruption to viewing.)
1. Sleep and Mental Health in the School Setting
This webinar was held on Wednesday 20th November 2019 and was presented by Professor Daniel Smith, University of Glasgow.