Hertfordshire Young People’s Coronavirus Webinar
Following the success of the young people’s Covid-19 webinar last year, Hertfordshire County Council and Public Health Hertfordshire have arranged another follow-up session. Hertfordshire’s 11-19 year olds are encouraged to take part in this free event on Wednesday 17th February, 11:30am-12:30pm.
This is an ideal opportunity for young people to listen to reliable information from the panel members below, who will be talking about some of the anxieties many people are experiencing and answering questions and concerns raised by young people living in Hertfordshire:
· Councillor Terry Douris: Cabinet Member for Education, Libraries and Localism
· Dr Alison Frater: Public Health Consultant
· Liz Shapland: Deputy Education Services Director (Secondary), Herts for Learning
· Tania Rawle: Head of School Standards and Accountability, Education, Children’s Services
There will be a chat function during the webinar, so questions can be submitted and answered live. You can find more information and also register for the event here. Or, if you have any queries, please contact JustTalk@hertfordshire.gov.uk.
Remember, there is a range of free resources (available on the Just Talk website) for professionals who work with young people. There is also a host of free wellbeing and mental health information and support for primary and secondary aged children, young people and their parents/carers including the Five Ways to Wellbeing e-learning sessions