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Mental Health
Please see some resources for teaching about Mental Health to the left of this page. Schools are also reminded that the National Strategy SEAL materials can be used to teach social and emotional skills and therefore support the emotional health and wellbeing of young people.
 
The locally developed Experience in Mind Resource contains many useful activities although the accompanying DVDs are currently unavailable.
 
The PSHE Association has awarded its Quality Assurance Mark to Cornwall's Stop Stigma pack.
 
Woking Mind(Surrey) has a mental health activity pack that can be downloaded for free and used by teachers across secondary schools or colleges. There are some very useful activities here, but others that need to be handled with care or are not appropriate.
 
Thanks to school colleagues for sharing materials developed in their schools - please adapt these to meet the needs of students in your schools.
  
To support students to access GP support for emotional and mental health issues the tools on Doc Ready (www.docready.org) could be used in class and signposted to.
 
Young Minds in Schools have a wealth of useful materials as does the In Our Hands website.

Useful web sites for resources to use in schools.  Please check all web sites before recommending them to students.
 
 
The Brighton & Hove website Where to go for provides a full listing of services.


Support for 16-25 Year olds
Right Here Brighton and Hove is a project led by young people aged  16 – 25. We aim to promote the mental & emotional wellbeing of young people in this age group in our city. For more information follow this link: Right Here
 
 

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