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Supporting Summer Anxiety

We are more aware after recent events of the impact that anxiety can have. You might expect things to be easier over the summer, with the hot weather and chance to get outside, but the summer can actually be a source of anxiety for many children, young people and adults. Find out the things you need to be aware of that will help to manage summer anxiety.

Summer Burnout

Teachers always feel tired at the end of the year, but with the additional challenges of 2021-22 you may be experiencing a deeper sense of exhaustion than normal, and be struggling to keep going until the last day of term. This blog will offer some ideas and suggestions on how to help support teachers and staff this summer, to enable recovery and prevent burnout.

Government announces additional funding for senior mental health leader training

We are delighted that the Department for Education has announced a further £7m in funding for senior mental health lead training for the remainder of the 2022-23 financial year. This means that settings now have the opportunity to benefit from the training until March 2023.

Exam Stress and Children’s Wellbeing

When we experience stress it causes our bodies to be flooded with stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol, having a physiological effect on our bodies as well as mental health impact. So what can you do to support students in the coming weeks, whether they have SATs, GCSEs and A-levels?

What does the 'State of the Nation' Report mean for schools and colleges?

Kerry Hill, our Mental Health and Wellbeing expert consultant, gives a summary of the findings released in the State of the Nation Report. Read the key findings to understand the areas that are affecting the mental health of the pupils in your school.

Published: 14 February 2022


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