Get involved in schools

If you want to work with young people to create an open, supportive culture around mental health, we have the resources to help you do it.

In the boxes below, you will find straightforward, tried-and-tested session plans, blogs and videos, signposting to mental health services, and a huge range of free materials to get young people talking.

Why run mental health anti-stigma sessions in your school?

Spending some time 'off timetable' on mental health has positive impact on all areas of school life. Teachers at Cannock Chase High, Staffordshire will tell you about their experiences, and the experiences of their students, in this short film: 

From assemblies and presentations to short activities, we've got all of your classroom and group activities covered.

We have videos, stories and an online interactive tool to get young people talking about mental health.

Three schools talk about how they started the conversation about mental health.

Toolkits, posters and other free downloads to help your young people end mental health stigma.

To be kept up to date with the Time to Change campaign and be the first to hear about opportunities in your area, sign up to our Young People’s e-bulletin.

Information sheets about mental health, reports and signposting resources.

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Guidelines and contacts for all those who work in the media.


Download leaflets, posters, reports and guidance.

Need support?

If you need urgent support there are many places to go for help.