Teaching mental health first aid in schools should be compulsory

As millions of teens up and down the country battle with crippling anxiety and nerves as they sit GCSE and A-levels, St John Ambulance reveals an overwhelming majority of 10–17-year-olds (75%) believe mental health first aid should be taught in schools and made compulsory alongside physical first aid.   Teaching physical

Knowsley Safari ‘Springs into Adventure’ with children’s mental health

Knowsley Safari is launching a new series of wildlife-inspired mental health and wellbeing sessions for local primary school children, following the success of its Autumn Wild and Well programme.  More than 600 early-years school children from across Knowsley took part in Wild and Well, inspiring the Safari to create its new

St Julie’s expands sixth form facilities

Sixth form students at St Julie’s Catholic High School are enjoying extra facilities after some remodelling work designed to further improve the student experience. The art studios have been augmented by a new dedicated learning space within the department, whilst construction is nearing completion on a new collaborative learning space for

Sixth form pupils excel in health and wellbeing

King David High School’s Excel Enrichment Programme has continued to go from strength to strength, providing students with opportunities for extended learning, leadership and initiative. As part of King David High School's programme involves guest speakers and, in the summer term, they were very pleased to welcome Professor Sir Robert Winston