Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week is the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health and mental health problems and inspire action to promote the message of good mental health for all.

Protecting the physical and mental health of both our students and staff is paramount at Ardingly College and we set great store in the need to support individuals to find balance and fulfilment.

Children are encouraged to develop the resilience to overcome the challenges of their young lives and we take a pro-active approach, at the heart of which is the personal relationship between House staff, students and parents.  During Mental Health Awareness Week, students accessed a range of activities to raise their own awareness and try new things.


Supporting Every Student

For some children, school life passes without incident. However, most children will experience some bumps in the road as they grow up. Friendship issues, academic anxiety, or concerns with self-esteem are among the challenges of teenage life.  With caring support from staff, friends and parents, they can be overcome. Such is the importance of pastoral support.rents, they can be overcome. Such is the importance of pastoral support.

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