The Impact of Covid-19 on Children's Mental Health with Professor Siobhan O’Neill, NI’s Mental Health Champion

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 3 March 2022
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Issues covered: Mental Health and Wellbeing; Covid-19

Professor Siobhan O’Neill , NI Mental Health Champion outlines the short and long-term impact that Covid-19 has had on children’s mental health and what teachers can do now to ameliorate the situation as much as possible. This webinar was held on the 3rd March 2022 in association with the ASCL (the Association of School and College Leaders) and following a presentation by Prof O’Neill a Q&A session was held.  

Also on the panel are:

- Graham Montgomery, Association of School and College Leaders Northern Ireland President 2022

- Nicola Connery, Principal of Strathearn School

- Elizabeth Huddleson, Principal of Bangor Grammar School

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