Be Connected

Miss Rush talks about the importance of connecting with people to support our mental health and wellbeing.



    Why is this important?

    • Connectedness and strong relationships are vital for our wellbeing.
    • Developing our social and emotional skills helps us to nourish relationships with ourselves and others.
    • Our strong school community and culture of respect are an important part of this.
    • Being connected takes effort: we need to work at strengthening and broadening our connections.

    Practical strategies

    • Who have you talked to today/this week (in person)?
    • Try chatting to someone you don’t usually connect with (on the bus, in a lesson, in a club).
    • Ask how someone’s weekend was and really listen when they tell you.
    • Put five minutes aside to find out how someone really is.
    • Walk/cycle/drive to school with someone instead of coming on your own.

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