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Children's Mental Health Week 2024


Children’s Mental Health Week 2024 will take place from 5-11 February 2024. This year’s theme is My Voice Matters.


My Voice Matters is about empowering children and young people by providing them with the tools they need to express themselves.


As parents and carers, you play an important role in your child’s mental health.

The children's mental health charity, Place2Be, set up Children's Mental Health Week to highlight the importance of mental health for children and young people.

Research shows that up to one in four of us will experience mental health problems at some point in our lifetime.

Run by the charity Place2Be, their website contains a range of free resources. This includes a section for parents  containing stories and tips for both adults and children.

Link to Place2be


 Big Talk  


Every year Big Talk Education holds a workshops across the school, to deliver age appropriate, up to date, Sex and Relationships Education.  This usually takes place in Spring Term 2. Prior to  the event parent will be invited to view the resources which will be shared via a link sent by Big Talk Education. Staff will be available in the morning of the sessions to answer any questions parents and carers have face to face.

Also see the leaflet below for some further advice and FAQs.

Take a look at the SCARF at home pages


These family-learning resources provide age-appropriate activities based on SCARF PSHE (including RSHE) themes for children and parents to do together – no password required.  The resources will:

  • Help embed and enhance key concepts of SCARF’s themes with activities to encourage children to think and reflect
  • Focus on positive themes that are safe for parents to discuss with their child, avoiding unsafe subjects
  • Provide family-friendly activities that promote discussion
  • Avoid, for the most part, the need for resources other than pencil and paper (home printer not essential)


Me and my relationships




Keeping myself safe


Rights and responsibilities


Being my best


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