Mental Health Awareness Week 2019
The importance of early identification of children who are experiencing difficulties, getting the appropriate support and also building up the self-esteem and wellbeing of young children cannot be stressed enough.
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place 13-19 May 2019. The week emphasises the importance of good mental health not just the absence of a mental health problem. This mental health awareness week, we want to raise as much awareness as possible of the importance of pupil’s wellbeing and how we can support in achieving this.
Your School’s Partner on the Journey to Wellbeing
We know that you care about your pupil’s health and wellbeing as much as you do about their education and attainment. That’s why at Entrust we have a range of services designed to support you improve health and wellbeing within your school.
We can also customise a unique programme for you based on the theme you want to focus on this year, whether it is bullying, mental health, relationships or citizenship. Together, we will:
Conduct a Health Check
Your journey with us begins with a comprehensive audit of your school’s current provision.
Identify a Theme
The next step will be to choose one of six themes for your school to work on.
Create an Action Plan
Then you will receive a toolkit with surveys, checklists and guidance to assess the gaps in your chosen theme and put together an action plan.
Apply for Accreditation
Once you have implemented the action plan and shared evidence of your school’s progress our expert panel will assess your submission.
Celebrate your Achievement
Bring your school community together in an assembly or offsite activity to witness the milestones you achieved on your journey to wellbeing.
Benefit from a Range of Products and Services
Throughout your journey to wellbeing, you can benefit from a range of products, services and training courses. To find out more about how we can support you, contact us. or download our brochure.