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Juna N Joey

Juna N Joey

This morning our S2, S3 and S4 pupils attended a live performance followed on with a talk on Mental Health, Body Image / Cyber Bullying & a live Q&A by upcoming duo “Juna N Joey”.

Juna & Joey are a singer/songwriter, brother/sister, Country Duo from the USA. The duo’s popularity exploded organically by posting covers on YouTube with almost 7.6 million collective views and a viral Tik Tok at 10 million views. Juna N Joey co-write all of their songs with hit songwriters in Nashville and LA and will release their Self Titled New EP later this year as well appearing in a Levi’s advert.

A big thank you to Juna N Joey for their amazing performance.

Wellbeing Packs

Wellbeing Packs

This week our senior phase pupils and S3 pupils who are sitting an SQA exam have received a Wellbeing pack to support them in the coming weeks. The pack includes information on exam stress, a self-care card, revision materials and some goodies.

Good luck to all our young people for the coming weeks!

If any S4-6 pupils were absent and have not collected their pack, please speak with Mrs J Munro (E1-50)

 

Library Wellbeing Space

Library Wellbeing Space

There is now a wellbeing space in the library, created by the Mental Health Peer Educators and Wellbeing Suporters as well as the new librarian Mrs. B.M.

This a space anyone can come to relax, learn about Mental Health and Wellbeing or take the opportunity to socialise.

It’s open every lunchtime, feel free to stop in!

If you want to request any resources and activities, please speak to MRS. B. M. or  Mrs J Munro.

Starting Next Term there will also be two Mental Health Peer Educators available each lunchtime for you to chat with.

S1 – Learning about Ukraine

S1 – Learning about Ukraine

S1 Social Studies have been learning about the conflict in Ukraine and processing their thoughts. They’ve made posters to express their feelings on the conflict or try to explain what is happening. Here is some of their work from this week.

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

28th Feb – 6th March 2022 : Eating Disorders Awareness Week

An eating disorder is an unhealthy attitude towards food, which can make you obsessed with your eating patterns. Eating disorders can involve eating too much or too little and using food to manage your feelings. The charity BEAT runs Eating Disorders Awareness Week annually to tackle myths and misunderstanding around eating disorders.

This week the Mental Health Peer Educators / Wellbeing Supporters have been sharing information about what defines an eating disorder, the symptoms, impact, treatment and available support as well as providing tips on health eating.

 

Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month

Our MH Peer Educators have created a display to raise awareness of the importance of listening to support conversations around wellbeing, tips on how to deal with uncertainty and are showcasing some of the work which was produced in our S3 Positive Education and Wellbeing lessons this session with a focus on Anxiety, Self Harm, Depression and Self Care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental Health Month : February 2022

Mental Health Month : February 2022

This month our Mental Health Peer Educators are busy encouraging our school community to talk about mental health and have been sharing information about the importance of looking after yourself,  your emotional growth and how to deal with uncertainty.  Eilidh (S6) has created this short video to provide us with tips to look after our own mental health.

https://youtu.be/7VCMreO9gPI

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