Mental Health & Wellbeing

CEC Mental Health Strategy June 2020

CEC Mental Health Support

Mental Health Awareness Week (10th – 16th May 2021)

We are holding a range of events and assemblies to raise awareness for mental health during national Mental Health Awareness Week. Pupils in the Secondary phase will be taking part in mindfulness activities each day during registration time, including breathing exercises, colouring, and reflection time. Pupils across the Campus are also encouraged to add their favourite wellbeing activities to the Mindfulness board displayed in the main atrium, where they can also find out more about the support on offer for mental health at the school and in the wider Cranbrook community. Parents/Carers can donate to the Mental Health Foundation here if they wish to or can purchase a green ribbon to show their support.

Please raise any wellbeing concerns with our Pastoral Team via the year group email addresses or the Safeguarding Team on 

Wellbeing Resources

Supporting victims of honour crimes and forced marriages

Staying safe online

15 Minutes of Mindfulness

  1. Mindfulness Meditation
  2. Mandala – Download and colour in
  3. Mindfulness Quiz
  4. Thankfulness Exercise – Write down 5 things are you are thankful for today!

Our ’10 a Day’ Approach to Mental Health