CAPSA Annual Conference

 
The 2019 conference will take place on 9th May 2019, further information will be available in the Autumn term.
The 2018 conference will take place on Friday 27th April 2018 at the Atlantic Hotel Newquay. 
 
Attendance is free for CAPSA/CAPH members, 2 places per school.  The keynote speaker will be Stephanie Davies (recommended by the excellent Dave Keeling).  There will also be input from FundEd on raising income for your school, iCT4 and SAS.

Stephanie Davies - session content, CAPSA 2018

FLIP it thinking

Having the ability to manage thoughts and feelings that can cause us to respond and react negatively, sometimes causing stress, is essential for healthy, productive teams. Using a researched and developed cognitive approach based in positive psychology this session introduces practical techniques to enhance resilience and manage stress.

In this session you will learn:

  • How to apply LAUGHOLOGY FLIP™ techniques for developing positive thinking and behaviours
  • How to increase your mental agility, emotional intelligence and resilience for teams
  • How to enhance thinking skills and make conscious decisions based on rational and logic
  • How to use humour as a positive tool for feeling better and gaining perspective

The science of happiness for schools

This keynote explores how the neuroscience and psychology of happiness works and what realistic happiness is. It will introduce background knowledge and research into how happiness has been used in schools to improve wellbeing and standards.

In this session you will learn:

  • The science and psychology of how happiness works within the brain
  • What a happy organisation means in terms of practical workplace practices
  • How to embed happiness as part of a strategic approach to increasing engagement and productivity

Working well and team work

Wellbeing involves several positive decisions regarding lifestyle as well as how you work and your team you work with.  This keynote takes a holistic approach, exploring both mental and physical health to help people understand how they can help themselves and access behaviours that will increase wellbeing while supporting them through simple school initiatives.

In this session you will learn:

  • What enables wellbeing
  • Critical thinking and behavioural techniques for preventing stress and increasing mental fitness 
  • Working under pressure and managing this
  • Creating healthy working and life habits including the non-negotiables

 

T. 01726 212892 E. info@caph.org.uk