Our partnership with Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust

We are delighted to announce our partnership with Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust

Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust is a West Yorkshire-based charity specialising in the emotional wellbeing of children, young people, and their families.

Provide Education has specialised in education recruitment for almost 20 years, we truly understand the importance of effectively supporting young people and how much education professionals can benefit from continued professional development to foster professional growth, particularly within the complex landscape of emotional wellbeing and mental health.

Northorpe Hall takes a holistic approach to emotional wellbeing and mental health, involving parents, carers, schools, and colleges. We are also passionate about children’s mental health and will support our candidates through these valuable partnerships to provide access to knowledge and skills they need, to be successful within their classroom positions.

Provide Education’s valued supply staff community will now have access to exclusive training that will equip them with the vital tools required to support the wellbeing and mental health of children within the classroom. Our partnership with Northorpe Hall is a testament to our joint commitment to developing a workforce that is not only skilled but also compassionate and deeply attuned to the needs of students.

DID YOU KNOW? 1 in 5 children, aged 5 to 16, in a typical classroom of 30, has a probable mental health disorder. This increases to 1 in 4 for teenagers.

Online Training and CPD for Education Professionals

The training sessions aim to enhance knowledge, understanding, and confidence across a wide range of topics for our supply staff, while also offering practical strategies to use in any classroom setting to support and improve children and young people’s mental health.

The subsidised training modules will be delivered online via Teams, allowing for greater access and flexibility.

Course topics and dates: –

  • An introduction to children and young people’s mental health – Monday, 8th April at 3.45pm and Tuesday, 7th May at 10.00am
  • Understanding and supporting anxiety – Tuesday, 9th April at 3.45pm and Monday, 13th May at 10.00am
  • Introduction to self-harmWednesday, 13th March at 10:00am, Monday, 15th April at 10.00am and Tuesday, 14th May at 3.45pm
  • Understanding and supporting children and young people with emotionally based school avoidanceThursday, 14th March at 3:45pm & Monday, 15th April at 3.45pm..
  • Understanding behaviour as a communication Tuesday, 19th March at 3:45pm, Monday, 8th April at 10.00am, Tuesday, 16th April at 3.45pm, Monday, 22nd April at 3.45pm, Tuesday, 30th April at 10.00am, Tuesday, 7th May at 3.45pm, Monday, 13th May at 3.45pm and Tuesday, 28th May at 10.00am.
  • Autism in the classroom – Tuesday, 19th March at 10.00am, Monday, 22nd April at 10.00am and Tuesday, 23rd April at 3.45pm
  • ADHD in the classroom – Monday, 29th April at 3.45pm and Tuesday, 28th May at 3.45pm
  • Staff wellbeing, maintaining positive emotional wellbeing Tuesday, 30th April at 3.45pm.

To book on one of these courses please click here and be sure to claim your 20% discount using the code OPERAM20

Training, knowledge, and support.

All training is delivered by Helen Parker, Trustwellbeing Learning and Development Lead.  Helen, with a background in Education, is passionate about supporting anyone who works with children and young people.

Having seen first-hand the mental health and wellbeing challenges children face, Helen joined the charity to provide training and support to schools, colleges and other organisations focusing on children’s mental health and wellbeing.

Over the past two years, Helen has trained Senior Mental Health Leads as part of the DfE Senior Mental Health Lead Training, supported organisations with their approach to mental health and wellbeing, and provided training focused on early intervention and prevention.

Environmental, Social and Governance Policy

We are also committed to providing high quality candidates to our clients. Through this partnership, candidates will be provided with the tools they need to help them understand how children and young people are feeling and work with them to develop ways to cope, as well as improving life skills like problem-solving, resilience, and self-confidence.

This strategic partnership further compliments our ESG policy by reinforcing our commitment to social responsibility, candidate and client responsibility and child protection. Additionally, it allows us to evidence the support that we offer the communities that we live and work in.

Supply Staff and Client Commitment

  • OEG is committed to striving for improvements that ultimately benefit those in or supporting education, including OEG’s workforce and local communities.
  • To continue to create teaching capacity in the classroom through the provision of high-quality teaching and support staff.
  • To support the communities in which we live and work in, through our resource, time, and expertise.
  • Fundamental to its foundation has been to ensure its delivery of high operational standards for the benefit of its employees, clients, candidates, partners, and its Board, but most of all for the pupils and students who benefit from OEG’s purpose: to increase learning capacity in the classroom.

Together, we will embark on a collective journey towards creating positive, lasting change.

For more information about this exciting partnership email enquiries@provide-education.co.uk