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Mental Health Curriculum


Mental Health Curriculum (Teaching and Learning)
 
This report provides teaching and learning tips around mental health & wellbeing, put together based on the advice and  recommendations of our 14 young volunteers at the IAG. Among other things, this report covers PSHE, Life-learning and
how to incorporate mental health into the curriculum. 


“Within this report is lots of advice from our young people on a range of topics, including what to focus on when teaching issues around consent, as well as lots of advice on how to help individual student’s wellbeing, including how to handle exam stress, self-care, coping mechanisms, trigger warnings, supporting neurodiversity, and more. We have also included advice on how best to run in-school support for mental health and mentoring sessions, such as advice on allowing sufficient time slots for students to discuss any issues they may be having, as well as our young people’s tips on privacy and confidentiality.” - Hayden, IAG Lead Member (15)


Click below to view the report: 

Teaching and Learning – Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing (MHEW) Curriculum 

 



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    via our Read Receipt short survey here.
 
 
Interested in young people’s mental health?

Check out our Young Healthwatch East Sussex project. Our Young Healthwatch team and
volunteers are hard at work spreading awareness on youth health issues and providing reccomendations to decision-makers on young people’s mental health services.

To find out more about Young Healthwatch, see our website here or contact Ed Peasgood, ed.peasgood@escv.org.uk or Jessica Gee, Jessica.gee@escv.org.uk 
 

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Your feedback can shape improvement strategies and new developments in local health and care.

To review a healthcare service today, head over to our Feedback Centre herehttps://healthwatcheastsussex.co.uk/services/
 

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