Three children in every classroom have a diagnosable mental health condition, but often young people struggle to ask for help when they’re suffering. Without good mental health, pupils’ ability to learn and take in new information can be significantly affected.
Teaching about openness and kindness in the face of mental health struggles alongside positive coping techniques has a profound effect on the wellbeing of young people. We can give you the tools to be able to notice, understand and help those children suffering from emotional distress at school.
DRCS provides awareness workshops that help school staff recognise and handle mild to moderate mental health difficulties in children and young people. We broaden your staff’s professional skills and staff with the provide confidence and skills to hel the emotional wellbeing of students.
Recognise and handle mild to moderate mental health difficulties in children and young people.
Develope the capacity to work with other services and understand different roles and responsibilities in supporting children and young people
Help individuals identify strategies to promote self care and emotional well-being
Broaden professional skills, confidence and skills in mental health and emotional wellbeing.