Mental health is more than the absence of mental disorders. Mental health is an integral part of health; indeed, there is no health without mental health.30 Mar 2018 World Health Organisation.
This Zone is to promote mental well-being as well as signposting you to resources should you need help with a mental health issue.
Just as it is vital to keep ourselves physically well it is important to maintain a good mental health. Your mental health is all about how your thoughts, feelings and behaviours link to each other and how we cope with everyday life, sometimes people are diagnosed with mental health issues. There will be some information about some common mental illnesses here too.
Sometimes we can cope with what life throws our way without a second thought and other times we feel under pressure and not able to cope. You will find things here to help you to understand how to look after your mental health better as well as links to external organisations if you or a member of your family is diagnosed with a mental illness.
There should be no stigma to having a mental health diagnosis.
1 in 4 people on the UK will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year
1:6 people report a common mental health problem in any given week in England.
We would like to introduce you to the Adelaide School Wellness Zones. Click on the links below to take you to dedicated areas with advice and activities.
Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 was all about growth. Pupils planted seeds and also explored art by creating large temporary installations based around mental health and nature.
Mental Health Awareness Week has a focus on Nature this year. In school pupils and staff will be taking part in outdoor activities including working in the school garden, outdoor education, climbing, forest school and football. Pupils were also given planted sunflower seeds to take home and grow.