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Mental Health & Wellbeing

Mental Health Awareness Week


Visual search query imageWe are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week, and it is happening between 9th and 15th May 2022, the official theme is ‘loneliness’. Loneliness affects many of us at one time or another, and we know that loneliness can be both the driver for and a product of poor mental health. The aim is to encourage us all to build meaningful connections with friends, family, colleagues and communities.

Across the week, Miss Budden will be talking about this with the children throughout assembly time, and they will also be discussing this in their classrooms.

Please find a link below to the Mental Health UK website;

Mental Health Awareness Week