It’s all about #BeingOurselves!
MAY 23, 2019
Child Mental Health Week was given a royal seal of approval by the Duchess of Cambridge who recorded a video message of support for charity Place2Be's campaign encouraging children, young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness.
The theme this year is 'Being Ourselves’. Some children and young people can find it difficult to view themselves in a positive way, with low self-esteem affecting more than 8 in 10 of the pupils who have Place2Be’s one-to-one support. That is why this Children’s Mental Health Week, Place2Be is encouraging children and young people to celebrate their uniqueness and feel comfortable with who they are.
Find more information and share Place2Be’s resources for parents, teachers and youth groups at www.ChildrensMentalHealthWeek.org.uk
Spread the message on social media
Below are some suggested tweets and Facebook posts for 5-11 February. Images for Facebook and Twitter are also available from the web link above and keep sharing Place2Be’s Twitter and Facebook posts during the Week.
We are joining pupils and organisations across the country to celebrate #BeingOurselves this #childrensmhw http://ow.ly/Rvgs30hPTeC
Help your child to celebrate #BeingOurselves with these Top Tips from @Place2Be! #childrensmhw http://ow.ly/M2wc30hPTw9
Are you planning to support Children’s Mental Health Week? @Place2Be would love you to share how you’re getting involved by adding yourself to their interactive #childrensmhw map - http://ow.ly/HaM030hPDnG
We are joining pupils and organisations across the country to celebrate #BeingOurselves this Children's Mental Health Week! You and your children can get involved with these Top Tips! http://ow.ly/M2wc30hPTw9 #childrensmhw
Low self-esteem affects more than 8 in 10 of the pupils who have support from children’s mental health charity Place2Be. That is why, this Children’s Mental Health Week they are encouraging everyone to celebrate #BeingOurselves. Find out more! http://ow.ly/XMkC30gUCYk #childrensmhw
Thank you for supporting Children’s Mental Health Week 2018.