COVID-19 and mental health

COVID-19 and mental health

If a child or you are anxious or worried about coronavirus, there are things you can do to help,  and if they’re struggling with their mental health, we have advice to help you support you and them and keep safe. There’s a lot of uncertainty in the world...
Pride Month

Pride Month

This month has celebrated LGBTQ+ pride, which commemerates those who were involved in the Stonewall Riots, which were the protests that changed gay rights for a lot of people in America and beyond. It’s all about people coming together in love and friendship, to...
Basic Life Support

Basic Life Support

On Saturday (12th June 2021) footballer Christian Eriksen suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in the Euro 2020 Denmark v Finland game. Team members and medical staff acted incredibly quickly, giving him CPR on the pitch that ultimately saved his life. Basic life...
Phish and Chips Day

Phish and Chips Day

Today, Monday 7th June 2021, is Phish and Chips day – raising awareness of online phishing scams and how easy it is to fall for them.   “Did you know that over 90% of cyberattacks start with a phishing email? Can you confidently say that you can...

Mental Health Awareness Week

The 18th – 24th May is Mental Health Awareness Week, led by the Mental Health Foundation. At the moment, we are acutely aware that mental well-being is difficult to maintain during lockdown – boredom, loneliness, being away from friends and family, and not...

April Fool’s Day

In the midst of this most unsettling and strange time, a ray of hope has arrived in the form of a new month – and this new month starts with one of the best days of all: April Fool’s Day. If you’re anything like us, you’ve already annoyed your...