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We all have mental health, just like we all have physical health, and there is a lot that we can do to look after it. During 2018-19, we have entered into partnership with the mental health charity, Mind, in order to promote wellbeing amongst our student body. A key driver to this partnership is the Whole School Approach Project.

Isleworth & Syon School is one of 17 secondary schools in England and Wales working with Mind to pilot a new way of looking after the mental health of everyone involved with school life. MIND call it a whole school approach to mental health as it is designed to support the mental health and wellbeing of students, the school workforce, parents and carers. You can find out more about the project in the next tab.

The resources below are designed to equip people with the knowledge and understanding to better look after their own wellbeing and to support the mental health of others. Browse them below by clicking an image (links open in a new window).

Parents/Carers

Supporting Your Young Person to Stay Well Online CAMHS Transition Guide (NEW) How to Cope With Change
Supporting Your Child With Eating Problems Young Minds Helpline Young Minds Matter
Depression and Your Child Supporting Family Wellbeing Make it Count – Parents/Carers Guide
Supporting your Young Person During Exams

Students

U Can Cope (NEW) Depression (NEW) Coping with Student Life
Mental Health Foundation – Student Guide Anger Staying Safe Online
Relaxation Understanding Anxiety and Panic Attacks Feeling Overwhelmed – Helping You Stay Safe
How to Manage Stress