The Partnership for Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools is a national network of more than 50 organisations from the education, health and wellbeing, and children’s sectors that supports schools and services to improve the wellbeing and mental health of all children in education. Our membership includes professional associations, schools, academic institutions, and the voluntary and community sector.
The Partnership is hosted by the National Children’s Bureau, a registered charity, and acts in accordance with NCB’s mission and strategic objectives.
Find out about the Partnership here.
The Partnership’s vision is an education system where good wellbeing and mental health are at the heart of the culture and ethos of all schools.
We are seeking to appoint a Chair to take up the role on a voluntary basis from May 2019.
Our new Chair will be a dynamic individual from either an Education, Health and Wellbeing or campaigning background with demonstrable experience in building consensus, networking and a commitment to the Partnership’s vision and objectives.
Our Chair will be passionate about achieving good wellbeing outcomes for children and young people in education, and ensuring that education providers and the wider community have the tools and resources at a national level to embed cultural change.
For more information on the role, and how to apply, please view the Job Description, Introductory Note and summary of our Terms of Reference, listed on the left hand side of this page.
The closing date for applications is 1pm, Friday 17th May 2019