A group of teachers and staff from Weydon School, holding yellow flowers, bananas, and gloves.

#HelloYellow fundraiser Weydon School

Weydon School in Surrey took part in #HelloYellow for World Mental Health Day 2022. They helped show the pupils at their school, and young people up and down the country, that how they feel matters.

#HelloYellow at Weydon School

A group of teachers and staff from Weydon School, holding yellow flowers, bananas, and gloves.

Why did you take part and how did you celebrate?

We wanted to promote World Mental Health Day and raise awareness for Weydon’s five steps to a greater wellbeing, led by our Wellbeing Ambassadors.

Staff were invited to wear yellow on the day, and they enjoyed custard creams and TUC biscuits in the staffroom at break.

In tutor time, students made yellow ribbon bands and wore badges!

About Weydon School

Two blue and green teddy bears on a table, with a vase of yellow and white flowers between them.

Tell us about your school

We are a large secondary school, part of a multi-academy trust, based in Surrey.

We have 1,200+ students and we are a World Class school.

Why is mental health important to your school?

We believe that positive mental health and emotional wellbeing is fundamental to a student’s attainment and progress within school. 

Our goal is for every student to believe in themselves, to be happy and know they belong, and are confident and successful in all they do.

Raising awareness about mental health gives each student a valuable life skill to help in everything they do in the future.

What three words describe the school best?

  • Believe

  • Belong

  • Care

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    Michael Evans is walking the full circumnavigation of Spain.

  • Alice Fortune smiling in a YoungMinds running vest.

    Alice Fortune is running a half marathon in every city in England.

Volunteers in YoungMinds tops and yellow face paint smile and cheer with megaphone and cheer sticks.

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