About Exam Results – the strain on young people’s mental health!

About Exam Results – the strain on young people’s mental health!

With A-level results day taking place last week across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and GCSE results day today, there may be some of you who are well on your way to pursuing whatever you wish to in the future. However, for others, you may find yourselves rethinking those plans that you had in mind. Whatever situation you find yourself in, it always helps to take some time out and reflect on your future goals.

Children and Young People’s Mental Health — The Role of Education

Children and Young People’s Mental Health — The Role of Education

As the pressures on our children and young people are ever-increasing, their mental health and emotional wellbeing has never been more at risk. As they transition in to their teenage years, exams, social media and bullying all play their part. So, it was with great interest that the Health and Education Select Committees released a report on the importance of the role of schools regarding mental health. 50% of adult mental illnesses start before the age of 15 and 75% have started before 18, so it makes sense that education settings can have a significant impact on their young people.

Headstart Kent launch event

On October 17, Social Sense and Breathworks will be jointly attending the official Headstart Kent launch event in Maidstone.

Please come and visit our stand and find out more about how we can help you and your school/organisation through this funded Mindfulness training opportunity.

To join the event visit

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/headstart-kent-county-stakeholder-event-every-conversation-counts-tickets-37334695078