Embedding Mental Health and Wellbeing Webinar

How can schools embed mental health and wellbeing as part of a whole-school strategy?

FREE Webinar, Thursday 13th May 2021

Time: 4pm
Run time: 45 Minutes

Join mental health experts in a discussion about how eduu.school prioritises teacher and student wellbeing, with a panel of experts including: 

  • Joysy John (chair) 
  • Sir Mark Grundy
  • Dr Lynne Green (Kooth)
  • Zoe Ross (Mindmoose)


How can schools embed mental health and wellbeing as part of a whole-school strategy?

This expert panel will explore how to take a whole-school approach to mental health and wellbeing, addressing the needs of all pupils and staff from strategic planning through to curriculum delivery. We’ll identify ways to sustain practice and ensure a long-term culture of mental health and wellbeing that can support children now and as part of a progression toward self-regulation and self-help


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Speaker Biographies


Joysy John

Joysy John is an entrepreneur, Edtech advisor and global speaker. She is the former Director of Education at Nesta. Previously she was the Chief Industry Officer at Ada National College for Digital Skills. Prior to joining the education sector, she spent a decade in banking across Singapore, US and UK. She holds a Computer Engineering (Honours) degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and an MBA with Distinction from London Business School. She was the Financial Times top 100 BAME leaders influencing tech in 2019 and Finalist for Woman of the Year at the 16th Asian Achievers Award in 2016.


Sir Mark Grundy

Sir Mark Grundy, KB, MSC, FRSA leads the Shirland Collegiate Academy Trust, an outstanding EdTech trust that has been acknowledged by Microsoft as one of the top 25 schools in the world. The Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust team harnessed close to 20 years of edtech and curriculum expertise in order to deliver 2000+ live lessons and 400k+ digital engagements with students in the first few months of school closures in 2020. Sir Mark, the Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust team, GLUU and Hodder Education have come together to create a ready-made remote learning service complete with a fully sequenced and resourced curriculum that’s flexible and ready to use by students in school or at home as part of your current provision.


Dr Lynne Green | Chief Clinical Officer | Kooth 

Dr Green is Chief Clinical Officer at Kooth, one of the UK's leading digital providers of mental health care and a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with 20 years experience working in the National Health Service. Previous roles include Clinical Lead for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and Lead Consultant Psychologist for children's inpatient and eating disorder services (Lancashire Care Foundation Trust); Research Psychologist (University of Oxford); Suicide Prevention Trainer (University of Manchester) and prior to joining Kooth, she was Clinical Director at the UK's leading schools based mental health charity Place2Be, supporting teachers, parents and children. She is passionate about improving reach and impact and a strong advocate for increasing access to mental health services through well governed, digital support.

Zoe Ross

Zoë Ross is a former teacher, qualified psychotherapist and founder of Mind Moose, an online digital program to support primary children with their mental health and wellbeing. 


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