World Mental Health Day 10.10.2018

Today is World Mental Health Day. Across the country and world people are talking about mental health and how important it is to talk. Mental health is about our feelings, our thinking, our emotions and our moods.

At St.Paul’s this year we are going to be talking a lot about mental health and keeping our children’s minds healthy.

In Year 6 we watched some videos about how we can reach out and talk about our feelings before they take over and what feelings are normal and those which are overwhelming.

If you are worried about your friends or you feel down or upset please talk to your teachers or staff in school;we can help 🙂

What is your advice Year 6?

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Miss Charles
Year 6 Teacher, Key Stage 2 Leader and Maths Leader


  1. Brooklynne on October 10, 2018 at 3:45 pm said:

    If you have mental health and haven’t talk about it then it will bottle up inside of you. Why not talk to your family member or a friend of a teacher or anyone you trust. If you have mental health there is nothing wrong with that because your still one of us.

  2. Matilda H on October 11, 2018 at 6:41 am said:

    You need to be open about your worries, if that’s to your friends teachers or a trusted adult, one in four get mental heath. We all get worries, sometimes little things and big things if you don’t tell someone, it can stay on your mind and effect your life. If you don’t want to tell someone write it on a piece of paper.

  3. Olivia T on October 11, 2018 at 1:08 pm said:

    If you have mental health problems try do something you enjoy or if you can’t talk to a teacher or your family talk to a trusted friend. If you don’t tell someone about how you are felling it will never go away it will just stay inside of your head and in some occasions it will get really bad. So try your best to talk or enjoy the things you love it will take your mind off it.

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