World Mental Health Day 10th October
October 10th is World Mental Health Day.
The official theme is ‘Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority’ and the Liverpool CAMHS Partners have a programme packed with fun events and inspiring activities for schools to get involved with.
Live Streams are back
The RAISE Mental Health Promotion Team, YPAS Seedlings Team and Liverpool Learning Partnership will be co-delivering a series of live sessions to schools
KS1- Worry monster / Big bag of worries style 11.30 – 12 pm
KS2 – 1.00-1.30pm
Help us build a whole school approach resilience toolkit
We’re running a series of one-hour workshops exploring each element of the Resilience Framework from a school lens, and the steps schools can take to build resilience in children and young people.
For parents/carers and professionals
Bitesize workshops delivered via Zoom
With children’s understanding of big topics being a focus- join us to discuss barriers and steps to support children’s worries in uncertain times.
YPAS 24 Moving for Mental Health
On the 9th & 10th of October, YPAS Staff will be “Moving for Mental Health” in a 24-hour challenge to raise money for their hub rebuild appeal.
Staff hope to raise as much money as possible to rebuild the city centre community hub by running and cycling non-stop for 24 hours in their North Community Hub.
People suffer with their mental health 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and YPAS want to take on this challenge to raise awareness. 24 is the key number, and they’re inviting people to join them in any way they can by taking on the challenge of 24.
This could be running, walking, skipping, swimming or anything at all linked with 24, for example, 24 acts of kindness, 24 children holding hands and singing for 24 minutes we can’t wait to hear your creative 24 fundraising ideas.
You can find out more about the 24-hour event and the hub rebuild HERE
Members of the Liverpool CAMHS Partnership will be found at the following events: