World Mental Health Day

This week, our pupils came together to mark World Mental Health Day with a special focus on enhancing their understanding of mental well-being. Through age-appropriate discussions, engaging activities, and moments of reflection, our young learners delved into the importance of self-care, kindness, and being there for one another. These conversations helped them grasp the significance of mental health in their daily lives.

Our students explored themes such as managing stress, the art of listening, and the value of lending a hand to friends in need. It was truly heart-warming to see our school community unite with such enthusiasm and dedication to emphasise the importance of mental well-being among our young ones.

The core message of the day was one of support and compassion. We want every child to understand that it’s completely okay not to be okay at times, and that seeking help and offering help to others are signs of strength. We will continue to cultivate a culture of support and empathy, ensuring that our school remains a nurturing environment where every primary student’s mental health is treasured and encouraged. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the well-being of others.