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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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Dot Com Digital: Our latest wellbeing resource

March 29, 2021

Dot Com Digital is our latest wellbeing resource, which gives children the skills to manage their own mental health and safety. Aimed at children aged 5-11, it includes over 24 themes, which enables schools to deliver a rich PHSE curriculum whilst fulfilling the requirements of the 2020 RSE framework. With 170 lessons it provides schools with a complete solution for teaching PHSE including an overview, videos, lesson plans and online and paper-based activities all hosted in a secure online platform.

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Children’s Mental Health Week - 1-7 February 2021

Feb. 1, 2021

Children's Mental Health Week is run by children's mental health charity Place2Be, who launched the first ever Children’s Mental Health week in 2015 to shine a spotlight on the importance of Children and young people’s mental health

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2Simple is getting a new look

March 13, 2020

We’re excited to announce we’re getting a fresh, new brand identity to coincide with our continued 20th birthday celebrations and our growing portfolio of products and services. While this is a significant change, our core values and commitment go unchanged.

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Get your kit on with Sport Relief

Feb. 27, 2020

Sport Relief has been part of schools diaries since 2002 and this year the theme is 'Game On' with pupils being encouraged to get their kit on to help tackle poverty and injustice.

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