This week, we have been focusing on Mental Well-being, with a particular emphasis on what constitutes a healthy amount of screen-time, the impact that too much screen-time and social media can have on our mental well-being and some tips about how to use new technology in a way that lets us access its benefits without damaging our mental health. Continue reading Mental Well-being Week: Screen time videos
The teenage years can often feel like being on a rollercoaster for parents, carers and young people – plenty of highs, lows and uncertainty about what might be round the corner! The many physical, emotional and behaviour changes that occur mean that adolescence can be a time of vulnerability as well as a time of great opportunity for young people.
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The winners in the February draw are Morag McClure (first prize £50) and Michael Olesiejuk (second prize: £25). Congratulations to both! Thank you to all who already support this valuable fundraiser. This year we are raising money for new visual equipment for the school hall and Mental Health Initiatives. If you’d like to sign up please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For an annual sub of just £18 your name gets entered into 12 monthly draws, with £75 of prize money each month!
Are you aged between 16 and 19 and currently in full-time education or undertaking an Activity Agreement? If so, you may be entitled to an Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA).
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