We are celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week.
"I’m proud to support Mental Health Awareness Week.
“We recognise that poor mental health can affect students' learning experiences and their potential. That's why one of CATS Global Schools' guiding principles is to create a positive environment for learning.”
Insight from the team
Our experts share a range of insight and tips to help students overcome loneliness.
Pinning it for Mental Health Awareness
Our People & Engagement Team wearing their green ribbons with pride. The green ribbon is the international symbol for mental health awareness.
Social Activity Ideas to overcome loneliness
Michael Hodgson, Assistant Principal Pastoral at Bosworth Independent College, shares some ideas for helping students overcome loneliness.
How does mental health affect students?
A blog from Inside Government on the effects of mental health on the student experience.
Feeling Less Lonely: A School Pack
The Mental Health Foundation shares a pack specifically designed for schools. It provides the materials and resources needed to support pupils to understand what loneliness is, how it can make us feel, and where to find support.
A Student Guide to Loneliness
The Mental Health Foundation shares a guide specifically for students aged 16+, which explores loneliness with provides some useful tips.
The charity Mind shares some useful advice and tips to manage loneliness.
Let’s Talk about Loneliness: Part 1
Let’s Talk about Loneliness: Part 2