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21 Mar
CREATIVE RELATIONSHIPS: Co-production in Therapeutic Child Care and Education
Thusrsday, March 21, 2019, 9am-4.30pm

Wrexham Glynd┼Ár University and The Consortium for Therapeutic Communities are delighted to present this exciting and innovative conference – our 5th annual event.

The conference will appeal to all working to teach, care for and support young people, especially those with emotional, social and additional learning needs. We know that increasingly practitioners are facing the challenges of supporting the well-being of pupils and managing the impact on the whole child of a range of adverse childhood experiences. Creativity in all its forms plays an integral part in responding to these challenges.

We intend to provide the ideal opportunity to come together with other professionals and practitioners to participate in small groups and debate with speakers and presenters, whilst enjoying a range of networking opportunities. We will have the benefit of active contributions of young people on the day.


6-8 Dec
Theatre Production: Oh! What A Lovely War
Thursday, December 6, 7pm / Friday, December 7, 7pm / Saturday, December 8, 1pm

Come along to see our theatre performance to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War. Students from our Theatre, Television and Performance Department will be performing Oh! What a Lovely War a satirical summary and commentary on the events of the First World War using popular songs of the time.

Location: Catrin Finch Centre, Wrexham Glyndwr University, Mold Road, Wrexham, LL11 2AW.

Tickets cost £7.00
Concession price of £5.00 for students, under 16's and over 60's.

3 May
Mental Health Masterclass
Friday, May 3, 10am - 4pm

If you're interested in mental health and want to know more about the topic or would like to find out about our mental health courses, come along to our Mental Health Masterclass.

In the morning, interactive discussions will take you from Hippocratic times right through to the current era to see how our ideas around mental health and illness have developed. You’ll also be thinking about how these ideas influence our views today and asking the question – what is a mental illness? The afternoon will be dedicated to wellbeing. We will look at what mental wellbeing actually means, exploring the Five Ways to Wellbeing, and think creatively about how we can help individuals and communities to boost their resilience and feel good.