The wellbeing calendar runs all through the school year tying in with National and International Awareness days and weeks.
For the month of March
100 Miles in March for Mind
Walk, run or jog this Spring to raise money and awareness for better mental health.
20 March 2023
International Day of Happiness
The International Day of Happiness is about creating a happier and kinder world together by adopting simple daily practices.
For the Month of April 2023
Stress Awareness Month 2023 - The Stress Management Society
Stress Awareness month is a time when we have an opportunity for an open conversation on the impact of stress. Dedicated time to removing the guilt, shame, and stigma around mental health. To talk about stress, and its effects and open up about our mental and emotional state with friends, families, colleagues, and professionals.
15-21 May - Anxiety
Mental Health Awareness Week 2023 | Mental Health Foundation
By focusing on anxiety for Mental Health Awareness Week in 2023, the Mental Health Foundation want to improve understanding of anxiety and share some of the things that can help prevent it from becoming a problem.
5 – 11 June
National Growing for Wellbeing Week – Life at No.27 (lifeatno27.com)
The next Growing for Wellbeing Week will take place on the 5th – 11th June 2023. Set up by Life at No.27, the week is a celebration of the magic that growing your own produce can do for your wellbeing, both physically and mentally.
Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience mental ill health each year. There is strong evidence highlighting the health benefits of gardening and GYO in particular, including improved confidence, communication, concentration and ultimately self-belief.
Talk To Us Campaign | Samaritans Campaigns
24 July (24/7) is Samaritans Awareness Day, because they are here to listen 24/7. On this date and throughout July, they will be running an awareness-raising campaign 'Talk to Us', to remind people that Samaritans are here for anyone who needs someone to listen.
World Suicide Prevention Day gives organisations, government agencies and individuals a chance to promote awareness about suicide, mental illnesses associated with suicide, as well as suicide prevention. Organisations such as the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and World Health Organisation (WHO) play a key role in promoting this event.