Children With Undiagnosed Mental Health Within The UK’s Education System

Photo by Kimberly Farmer on Unsplash According to NHS statistics released last year, one in six 6 to 19-year-olds were suffering from probable mental health disorders in 2021. It is also reported that one in six of 17 - 19-year-olds were suffering from mental health disorders.  What happens to those children without a diagnosis? Children’s Mental … Continue reading Children With Undiagnosed Mental Health Within The UK’s Education System

Balancing Your Wellbeing And The Stress Of The Exam Period

Photo by Nguyen Dang Hoang Nhu on Unsplash Every student knows what the stress of exam season can be like. This also includes those long and stressful revision sessions. However, there are some methods that can help. Here are some tips for coping with stress during the exam period. Pace yourself and find balance We … Continue reading Balancing Your Wellbeing And The Stress Of The Exam Period

Don’t Stop Now, Keep Going!

Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash You are currently at a vital point in your lives. This period will be career defining, it will shape your life. But it has come with the added challenge of a global pandemic. Unfortunately, tough times persist but we want you all to keep going! You have come this … Continue reading Don’t Stop Now, Keep Going!

Dissertation – Self Doubt At A Vital Time

Photo Credit: Tim Gouw by Unsplash When you stop and think, often begins that state in which you do not see a way out. You start living with paranoia and it affects your life.  College has just started and being in your senior year, not having a clue what your strength of the year is … Continue reading Dissertation – Self Doubt At A Vital Time

Schools Should Begin The Conversation

often surrounds it.  We have mental health awareness months and weeks; we have days dedicated to specific mental health conditions (although you may only be aware of those if you have a personal stake in the condition in question).  This year alone the government pledged £500 million to fund a mental health recovery plan.  So why is it still so difficult to talk about our mental health honestly?