This year the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘Nature’. Over the last twelve months getting outside and enjoying the fresh air has never seemed more important and although it has been a cold winter the brighter days are now here and soon it will be warmer too – so let’s get outside. Here are ten ideas of what you might like to do.
Helping to support this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week, from 1st–7th February, Molly Rose Foundation (MRF) volunteers have already distributed nearly all of our popular new ‘My Bag of Happiness’ boxed packs
To support this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week, the Molly Rose Foundation has designed, produced and distributed ‘My Bag of Happiness’ boxed packs for primary school pupils
As part of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week we have some ideas to help energise or inspire your primary class at the start of the day, including two helpful and downloadable activity sheets
A digital safety wellbeing kit for parents, along with a safety guide for children, have both been produced by a trusted, reliable and informed source – the Children’s Commissioner. The
Take a look at this terrific video inspiring us to make some short videos to show how we are finding positive ways of spending your time without an electronic device.