Improving mental health and wellbeing in colleges practice examples

Secondary

These two practice examples from further education settings explain how they successfully improved their mental health support.

These practice examples are from Blackpool Sixth Form College and Accrington and Rossendale College.

The practice examples explore:

  • The initial challenge the colleges faced
  • How they turned planning into practice
  • How they measured success
  • Key learnings

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • use by staff in further education settings

These practice examples should be used in conjunction with the ‘Supporting student mental health and wellbeing in colleges’ resource pack from the Association of Colleges.

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