Great Bentley Wellbeing Hub
Our research revealed that young people across Essex were often finding it difficult to manage, or sometimes even understand, their own mental health. We heard about this project which had been set up to equip children of primary school age with the skills to manage their mental health well into the future.
The project was popular with children and parents and had been set up within the existing school system by teachers working there. We wanted to share this as a good practice, so that other schools and children could benefit from this approach.
Great Bentley School, the children attending the hub and their parents agreed to be part of this powerful film which we then cascaded throughout the county via our stakeholders, online and through the media - ultimately with the aim of encouraging others to consider the importance of early intervention in promoting good mental health.
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