I’ve learned that people will forget what you said,
people will forget what you did, but people will never
forget how you made them feel.
– Maya Angelou
Our parents/carers thoughts on their support group for #MentalHealthWeek – ‘The groups help to take my mind off my caring role – I engage positively with others. My confidence and self-esteem have grown. I am doing something that I enjoy for myself’ pic.twitter.com/lNoQaRxh5v
— CharltonParkAcademy (@CharltonSch) May 15, 2019
Our @citylit creative workshop for parents/carers has begun this week and we asked our parents/carers for their thoughts about the group for #MentalHealthWeek – ‘The group helps with stress and anxiety – you forget about every day problems when you come along.’ pic.twitter.com/63uF3SBDo8
— CharltonParkAcademy (@CharltonSch) May 14, 2019
Our parents/carers thoughts on their support group for #MentalHealthWeek – ‘Meeting others and coming to the parent groups enables me to talk to other parents and relate to what they are going through. It’s a space to just be me, which helps with my self-esteem and wellbeing’ pic.twitter.com/QlC5chOEjg
— CharltonParkAcademy (@CharltonSch) May 16, 2019
We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
MIND in Thamesmead
MIND Greenwich will be holding sessions, weekly at Jubilee Hall, any resident that resides in the Greenwich Borough is free to attend. There will be a drop-in session on Tuesday 9 July.
Welcome to your
May edition of Mind@work
In this issue we share our findings that less than half of staff think managers would spot their mental health problems. We celebrate the employers that took part in our Workplace Wellbeing Index 2018/19 and mark the end of our Blue Light Programme which supports staff and volunteers in the emergency services.
We also have some suggestions for improving your self-esteem, a chance to win a copy of our new men’s mental health journal and share our new and free e-learning for small workplaces.
The gym currently runs five days a week from 9.35am to 2.25pm for students and from 3pm until 6pm for all staff. All students have access to the gym and those who currently attend come from a variety of SEN backgrounds. The gym currently works in partnership with the MOVE team and the physiotherapists to offer rehabilitation and functional fitness regardless of student’s current ability with the aim being to promote a better physical and mental wellbeing.