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Mental Health Awareness Week will take place from 18-24 May 2020 on the topic of kindness.

Throughout the week, on our social media pages and website, there will be various kindness quotes and encouragement for staff and students to carry out one act of kindness a day.  If anyone would like to take a photo of their act of kindness to post onto the website/social media, please email these to this week.

There are also lots of tips on how to look after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak here -

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  • Wednesday Kindness

    Published 20/05/20

    There are many ways you can express kindness.  Today is National Thank a Teacher Day so you might want to thank your teacher/s for all their support, especially during lockdown?  For more information, please visit the  Thank a Teacher website.

    A 'Kindness Matters' guide has been produced by the Mental Health Foundation which you can read here.


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  • Tuesday Kindness

    Published 18/05/20

    One thing that we have seen all over the world is that kindness is prevailing in uncertain times. 

    We have learnt that amid the fear, there is also community, support and hope.

    The added benefit of helping others is that it is good for our own mental health and wellbeing. It can help reduce stress and improve emotional wellbeing.

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  • Can't Talk, Write Toolkits

    Published 18/05/20

    The charity Action for Children has teamed up with Royal Mail and The Prince’s Trust to launch ‘Can’t Talk, Write toolkits.’ They have produced downloadable workbooks full of activities to get young people writing about their feelings.   Please visit the Action for Children website to access the workbooks.

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  • Monday kindness

    Published 17/05/20
    During Mental Health Awareness Week, we are asking you to do three things:   Reflect on an act of kindness. Share your stories and pictures (with permission) of kindness during the week using #KindnessMatters and #MentalHealthAwarenes
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