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Written by Jos on 15th May, 2019

This year Mental Health Week is focused around a topic that can affect us all – body image. How you feel about the way you look can have a significant effect on your self-confidence, and spill over into many aspects of your life. Whilst it can affect everyone, adolescents can struggle with body image the […]

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Written by Jos on 15th May, 2019

This year Mental Health Awareness Week is exploring the theme of body image, and research from The Royal Society for Public Health found that Instagram had the worst impact on body image among teens and young adults. Out of the top social media apps. Depending on who you follow, your social feeds can be full […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 24th April, 2019

In preparation for Mental Health Awareness Week our blog this week focuses on our top tips for supporting the mental health of your pupils. There are still free places available for you to join tootoot’s six-week programme that aims to enhance the mental health of your school. You can find more information about our programme […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 15th April, 2019

In recent years there has been a rise in the wellbeing and mental health issues raised by children and young people, in part this is due to the unique pressures young people face surrounding things such as exam stress and social media. Research released in Autumn 2018 also found that pupils are more likely to […]

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Written by Lucy Harvey on 8th March, 2019

Today, the 8th March, marks International Women’s Day. Millions around the world are highlighting the progress that has been made, and the work left to do, to achieve a gender-balanced world. At tootoot we want every child to reach their full potential by being able to access their education in a happy and worry-free environment. […]

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