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"Everybody deserves to be taught how to stimulate their brain, how to look after their mind and how to lead a positive healthy life"
Andy Cameron - Healthy Mind UK Founder
Healthy Mind UK are delighted to announce it's new innovative "Eco-Headz" Project for Primary School's across the United Kingdom. The project consists of the following:
Part 1 - #environMENTAL
Through the use of fun and interactive tasks, we will educate pupils in defining what the environment and climate change is, enabling pupils to understand that the planet is going through change. We will provide an understanding of the impact that climate change can have on our own Mental Health as well as it's effects on others around the world.
Part 2 - #EcoFear
Using fun and innovative tasks, Healthy Mind UK will educate children from a young age to spot the signs of Eco-Anxiety and associated Mental Health problems. These problems are becoming a rapidly growing problem in the UK and around the world, due to the real threat of Climate Change. This session will focus on feeling overwhelmed by the challenge of climate change and in turn what can we do to help our Mental Health.
Part 3 - #EcoMindz
We will educate children in this session about our responsibility for the world, what can we do to help with Climate change, rationalising our responsibility and understanding that we can only do so much and that’s OK. We will educate children using this simple ethos:
Green Environment - Mind, Body and Nature.
A delivery model that means we can work with you, no matter where you are based.
An extensive and proven track record of educating children using qualified and experienced professionals.
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6th February 2020 | All Day
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3rd - 9th February 2020
University Mental Health day brings together the University community to make Mental Health a university-wide priority.
5th March 2020
The theme for this years Mental Health Week is Sleep - or lack of it and it's relationship with our Mental Health.
18th - 24th May 2020
The World Health Organization estimates that over 800,000 people take their own life each year - that's one person every 40 seconds. This year, the theme for World Suicide Prventuion Day is "Working Together to Prevent Suicide."
10th September 2020
"The sessions were very well received by the staff and children. Enjoyment and participation levels were high and learning took place. Children were fully engaged throughout the sessions."
Lynn Williams - Head at St Peters Primary School
"Children have had a fab time. They have loved learning about their brains. Lessons raised the profile of having a Healthy Mind in school. Thank you!"
Jo Grundy - Head at The Oaks Primary School
"Very informative Growth Mindset staff training session. Lots of practical ideas and activities. Excellent examples of how this can be applied across the school."
Mr Parr - Senior Leader at St Thomas School
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