To enable you to understand the collaborative approach between schools and the MHST, Alliance have created a useful poster that can be downloaded and displayed around the school for your staff to access.
This documents helps you to understand the HAST mental health support team and getting help in school pathway.
This poster can be displayed around your school to raise awareness of the Mental Health Support Teams and how to access support should you require it.
You can download this poster as a PDF. There are 2 sizes to download.
We also have a pack of stickers that can be placed in student’s planners. If you would like a pack of these, please get in touch with the team at email@example.com.
It is important to raise awareness that an MHST is offering support in your school and provide details of how parents, carers and young people are able to access this.
We have provided some guidance as to what information you may wish to publish on your school website.
You can access the Word document that we have provided (using the link) and copy and paste the below information about our Mental Health Support Team (MHST) to your school website’s wellbeing page and/or parent and carer information page.
To provide further information, you may wish to add the PDF resources within the ‘WEBSITE’ folder or the graphic within the ‘SOCIAL MEDIA’ folder. We have also provided an example of how this information may be displayed on the webpage.
Please amend the text in red with your setting’s relevant details.
We have created a graphic to post on your social media, you can download this using the link below.
We have also provided some examples for you to post on social media. You can copy and paste the most relevant caption for your setting onto your social media.
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