Posts tagged schools
Guest Blog - Schools can prevent the decline of trans and non-binary students’ mental health

Zoe from a local secondary school has joined the team this week on work experience. Here is her guest blog; she choose the topic of trans youth as she's currently doing her A level Art on 'How ignorance affects trans people'.

Schools can prevent the decline of trans and non-binary students’ mental health - Zoe (16)

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The importance of talking about death and dying in schools - Dying Matters Awareness Week

This week is Dying Matters Week and one of the ‘difficult’ subjects that Think2Speak counsellors, trainers and the team as a whole have to talk about with the young people and their families who access our services is helping them come to terms with a loved one coming to the end of their lives or passing away suddenly.

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Inaugural #T2SLive conference attracts 200+ delegates

Lincoln based social enterprise, Think2Speak hosted their inaugural conference Thurs 13th Oct in partnership with Bishop Grosseteste University, Streets Chartered Accountants and Wilkin Chapman LLP. Schools, colleges, univererties, charities, support organisations, councils and professionals came together to discuss the impact of investing in emotional wellbeing of young people.

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Hand schools £500m of NHS funding to deal with mental health 'crisis', says report

“Schools are particularly well placed to be the hubs from which early intervention support for pupils with emerging mental health problems can be based,” Researcher Mr Thorley said. “But schools must be able to regularly access high-quality specialist support from mental health professionals and counsellors.

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Think2Speak, PSHE and the new Oftsed inspection framework

Think2Speak, PSHE and the new Oftsed inspection framework

 

Think2Speak can help you provide evidence towards your SMSC. The new Ofsted inspection framework has clear implications for PSHE Education in schools and inspectors ‘will evaluate the extent to which the school successfully promotes and support pupils’ CIF June 2015

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Global recognition for Think2Speak Founder

We are delighted to be able to share the news that Lizzie Jordan, one of our CoFounder's, has been recognised as one of the '16 HIV advocates to watch in 2016' on the annual global list.


Longtime activist and award-winning blogger Mark S. King has released his annual “HIV Advocates to Watch” list for 2016. The blogger behind MyFabulousDisease.com has put out the popular annual list again this year, this time featuring a mix of well known and undiscovered activists of all ages and around the globe.

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