23 June 2020

Liverpool Whole School Approach Collective – 22nd July

Meet colleagues from across the city working to support children and young people’s mental health in Liverpool schools.
8 June 2020

Infant Mental Health Week  (7th-12th June 2020).

To mark Infant Mental Health Awareness Week, Dr Helen Honor and Dr Kim Embra (Clinical Psychologists) in Fresh CAMHS have made a short presentation promoting what infant mental health is and why it is important.  

27 March 2020

COVID-19 Liverpool CAMHS Support

The Liverpool CAMHS Partnership had adapted as coronavirus impacts our everyday lives. Our partners are working hard to ensure children, young people and families get the support they need during this time.

25 March 2020

YPAS to deliver Seedlings Project from April 1.

From April 1, the Seedlings Project will delivered by YPAS.

Based on the extensive track record of delivering mental health services to Liverpool’s children, young people and families YPAS will be the sole provider of the Seedlings Project.

24 March 2020

Take part in the Resilience Challenge

The RAISE mental health promotion team are calling out for children and young people to take part in their Resilience Challenge.

19 March 2020

Looking after families’ wellbeing while at home

The Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP), Mental Health Support Teams and the Whole School Approach Partnership have put together a short booklet to support families at home and encourage them to think about their emotional wellbeing during this time.

11 February 2020

Liverpool’s ‘Drop Everything and Read’ supporting emotional wellbeing

On World Book Day 5th March schools across the city will be dropping everything and reading at 10 am to showcase the importance of reading for enjoyment. This Drop Everything and Read session is part of the Liverpool Readathon, a citywide sponsored read with the aim of encouraging children to read for pleasure and to raise money that will fund books and storytellers in Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. The Liverpool Readathon is organised by Liverpool Learning Partnership, who work with schools across the city to prioritise the needs of learners and Read For Good, who have been running their school Readathons since the 1980s.

10 January 2020

NOW Festival 2020

Children and young people from across Liverpool will come together to perform in the city’s fifth annual NOW Festival next month (February).