Children’s Mental Health Week 2023

Children’s Mental Health Week is coming up on 

6th - 12th February 2023.

It's a brilliant opportunity to show schools how you can support them

Our close connections with schools and senior leaders 

means we know that looking after student and staff 

emotional wellbeing is a top priority right now.

We’re here to help you reach and support over 30,000 UK schools with one of our expertly crafted marketing campaigns. 



Here's what the teachers say:


"It's not so much the gaps in content as a result of the pandemic that worry me. It’s socialisation, mental health and general life skills that pupils need the most support with."


Head of Department - Secondary School

“Staff wellbeing came out as a priority in our annual staff survey. This is both school leaders ensuring staff are ok and also staff themselves being aware of it.”


Chair of Governors - Primary School, Bolton



Mental Health Funding


As part of the government's commitment to supporting 

mental health in schools they've invested:

  • A £17 million mental health grant in May 2021 to provide better mental health support and advice in schools.
  • This includes a fixed grant of £1,200 to eligible state-funded schools in the 2022-23 financial year to contribute to training a senior mental health lead.
  • In May 2022, they made an additional £7 million available for schools and colleges to further support mental health training.

This increased funding means that schools are actively looking for educational materials, guidance and help from mental health charities and services like yours.


Email us at or call us on 01257 460036. 

We hope to work with you soon on an email campaign for Children’s Mental Health Week.

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