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Neurodiversity Celebration Week

13th – 19th March 2023 Celebrate neurodiversity in all its forms with our free toolkits of resources for pupils and staff.

Children’s Mental Health Week: Meaningful relationships vital in helping young people thrive

NB: Today marks the start of Children’s Mental Health Week, and this year’s theme is ‘Let’s Connect’. Activities will focus on the healthy, meaningful and rewarding connections in children’s lives which enable them to thrive.

Time To Talk Day 02/02/2023

NB: @Rethink Mental Illness @Mind This day is all about creating supportive communities by having conversations with family, friends, or colleagues about mental health. We all have mental health, by talking about it we can support ourselves and others. Download a resource pack today:

Some good reads…

We have started off the year reading some good books and resources to help with our Mental Health and Wellbeing. Amazon currently have some good deals on various categories. Below is the link for Dr Alex George, “A Better Day”

Healthy Coping Strategies for Young People: Free Seminar

NB: @AnnaFreudNCCF Developing healthy coping strategies to deal with intense and difficult emotions is an important skill for young people. Learn more about them at Anna Freud next Schools in Mind seminar on 26 January:

Children’s Mental Health Week

This year’s #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek (6-12 February 2023) theme is ‘Let’s Connect’. @Place2Be’s free school resources will help pupils and teachers explore how we can connect with others in healthy, rewarding, and meaningful ways. Click through for resources: