HeadStart: Emerging learning from a cross-context resilience programme. What have 30,000 young people told us about their mental health and wellbeing
Dr Jess Deighton - Co Director, Evidence Based Practice Unit

Exploring intersection: Schools and mental health 
Natasha White - Anna Freud Young Champion and Dr Miranda Wolpert - Director, CORC

What's next? Responding to the Green Paper on transforming children and young people's mental health provision
Viv McCotter, and Wendy Van-Rijswijk - Department for Education 

Implementing Transforming CYP MH Provision: a Green Paper - Sarah Brown - NHS England 

Wellbeing measurement in schools: Learning from an opportunity area
Mike Bridges - Oldham Borough Council and Sally Marriott - Regional Support Officer, CORC

Further Reading - Oldham's whole school and college approach

MH 2K report - Youth Led Approach to Mental Health in Oldham

Panel Discussion and questions for morning speakers

Recent developments from CORC - reflections, impact and the way ahead
Kate Dalzell - Practice Lead, CORC

Outcomes in a digital world
Aaron Sefi - Xenzone 

ELCAS Journey to best practice - Slides will be available soon
Joanne Robinson -  East Lancashire Hospital Trust 

CORC for Commissioners round table discussion 
Sally Marriott and Nick Tait - Regional Support Officer, CORC

Results from NHS England Outcome Measure Survey: Implications and the new outcome metric 
Luís Costa da Silva - Research Associate, CORC and 
Dr Miranda Wolpert - Director, CORC

Make sure you check out our photos from the day and do get in touch with us for any further information on CORC, our members and work to support services working with children and young people's mental health. 

Blog by Kelly Hannaghan - 'CORC Forum gives valuable insight for pupils' mental health in education' 

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