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DUE TO COVID-19 THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. FURTHER INFORMATION WILL FOLLOW. NHS Health Scotland and Barnardo’s Scotland are hosting a launch event of our exciting new short film. There are many ways that a child and young person’s mental health can be nurtured and supported, and evidence increasingly shows that relationships must be prioritised. Good quality relationships are vital for wellbeing, growth and health; especially when a child has experienced adversity or trauma. Education staff are often ‘experts’ in building relationships and have the power to create and foster a culture of warmth, nurture, kindness and positive relationships within their school environments. However, sometimes they do not realise or recognise the significance of this. “Simple things” is a phrase often used to describe actions that make a significant difference to children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing “Simple things” are examples of relationally informed practices; the foundations of good quality relationships.

16 March 2020 10:00
16 March 2020 13:30
The Lighthouse 11 Mitchell Lane Glasgow G1 3NU