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We're backing Children's Mental Health Week

This year has already been a great one for getting children and young people to #JustTalk about mental health and this week we're backing Children's Mental Health Week.

The theme for 2018 is #BeingOurselves - encouraging children, young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness.

When we have a positive view of ourselves it can help us to cope with life’s challenges, and recognising the different qualities of others can allow us to connect with those around us – which is vital for our own and others’ wellbeing.

Why not get involved and start conversations about mental health in your school? You could have an assembly or form time session.

Teachers - Time to Change has some great lesson plans with printable materials to help you talk to young people about mental health here or there are some great #JustTalk and other lesson resources here.

Parents and carers – Time to Change has some good advice on talking with your son or daughter about mental health here.

Young people – Time to Change has great blogs and vlogs about talking to people about mental health here.