Mental Health Awareness Week is hosted by The Mental Health Foundation. General wellbeing support and practical advice can be found on their website mentalhealth.org.uk as well as lots of information specifically designed to help to look after your mental health during the pandemic.
As the theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is kindness, The Mental Health Foundation is asking people to reflect on an act of kindness, towards themselves or others, and share their stories and pictures on social media during the week (with permission) using #KindnessMatters and #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek. They are also encouraging people to think about how we can build a kinder society which supports mental health and to share their ideas using the hashtags.
Over the next few weeks the TWGGS Pastoral Support Team will be posting support information daily in the Wellbeing Classroom areas on Google Drive. These posts will offer reminders to pupils of the things they can do to look after their own mental health, and also crucially signpost the support that is available to pupils and parents if they need it.
KCC advice for parents and carers
Headteacher Linda Wybar
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