Tackling Mental Health & Wellbeing in Schools
There has never been a more important time to speak about mental health and wellbeing – especially for thousands of children, young people and teachers who are adapting to education and different ways of living and learning in these unprecedented times.
According to Young Minds, from a survey of 2.036 young people with existing mental health needs, 80% of respondents agreed that the coronavirus pandemic had made their mental health worse.
In a recent Parentkind survey of parents and carers, when asked to prioritise three things that schools should focus on when they re-open, mental wellbeing was the top priority.
We are here to help you put wellbeing at the heart of your school.