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Tuesday 10th October: Mental Health Awareness Day

Did you know that three children in every classroom are likely to have a diagnosable mental health condition?

We will be raising awareness of good mental health and well-being by joining in with national Hello Yellow Day. Throughout the day the children will have the opportunity to experience a range of activities designed to promote good mental health and emotional well-being. Each child will receive a special yellow sticker to wear on the day but they are also invited to come dressed in yellow clothing or with yellow accessories.

Well-being Award

This year Wormley Primary is participating in the national Well-being Award because we want to maintain the well-being of everyone in our school community.  We will be raising awareness and providing opportunities to explore techniques to improve well-being through a wide range of activities inside and out of the classroom.

Why does it matter?

  • 1 in 10 children and young people, aged 5-16, suffer from a diagnosable mental health
    problem such as depression, anxiety or an eating disorder. That’s around 3 children in
    every classroom.
  • 10% of young people deliberately harm themselves regularly.
  • 3/4 of long-lasting mental ill health starts before the age of 18