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World Mental Health Day

Oct. 3, 2021

The World Health Organisation recognizes World Mental Health day on 10th October every year. This year’s theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health is ‘Mental Health in an Unequal World’. There are a range of resources that schools and teachers can use to mark #WorldMentalHealthDay #WMHD2021.

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

April 30, 2021

Mental Health Awareness week, hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, takes place from 10-16 May 2021 and, the theme this year is ‘Nature’.

During this last year more of us have connected with nature than ever before, during our daily walks and being able to enjoy being in the open. One of the aims of the week is to inspire more people to connect with nature and noticing the impacts that this connection can have for their mental health. We have a range of resources that can be used during the week to encourage children to #ConnectWithNature.

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World Mental Health Day - 10th October

Oct. 5, 2020

The World Health Organisation recognizes World Mental Health day on 10th October every year. This year’s theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health is ‘mental health for all’. This blog outlines the ways that schools and teachers can mark World Mental Health Day in schools.

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Mental Health Awareness Week 18th-24th May

May 13, 2020

Mental Health Awareness week, hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, takes places from 18-24 May 2020 and, the theme this year is kindness.

The foundation chose kindness as the theme this year ‘because of its singular ability to unlock our shared humanity.  Kindness strengthens relationships, develops community and deepens solidarity.’

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Children’s Mental Health Week 3-9 February 2020

Jan. 20, 2020

Children's Mental Health Week is run by children's mental health charity Place2Be, the theme this year is Find your Brave. Bravery comes in all shapes and sizes and is different for everyone, it can be about sharing your worries and asking for help, trying something new or pushing yourself outside your comfort zone. Being 'brave' can build your confidence, self-esteem and make you feel good about yourself.

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