National Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 18th May - 24th May 2020 this year. Now, more than ever, it is so important that we take steps to look after our mental health. The theme for this year's campaign is 'kindness'. Being kind to ourselves and those around us is one way we can help to promote positive mental health during this tricky time.
Following a brilliant suggestion from one of our pupils, we have teamed up with Beth Pike, our Local Area Coordinator to spread some 'Colour and Kindness' to those in our community who find themselves alone at this tricky time. It would be great if you could get involved with our 'Community Kindness Challenge'. Details can be found below, all pictures need to be sent in by Friday 29th May.
If you would like further ideas and/or support to help you and your family through this tricky time, please visit our school wellbeing page.
The information has been put together by our fantastic 'Wellbeing team' who are available to contact if you need specific help. If this is the case, please contact your class teacher through ClassDojo/email and they will direct you to the team.
We hope you stay safe and well.