Students develop ideas to contribute to a community action plan for promoting help-seeking at their school.
Students know how to promote help-seeking at their school.
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
- identify practical ways to promote help-seeking at their school
- contribute to a health promotion strategy at their school.
Instructions 5 min
- Remind students of the importance of seeking professional help when concerned about their own mental health or that of a friend.
- Provide each student with three Post-it notes. Ask students to write down three practical ways their school could promote and reduce the stigma around help-seeking. Place the notes on a whiteboard. Answers could include: normalise visits to the school counsellor; set up an information board; have mental health Fridays.
- Cluster Post-it notes into key themes that can be recorded and shared with the SRC, student leadership group or executive wellbeing staff.
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