Knowing how important wellbeing resources are right now we have developed the Head Smart Programme into a downloadable resource with a virtual training video. Thanks to funding from Surrey’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Alliance we can provide this free for Surrey Schools. Out of area schools can also access the resource for just £75.
Head Smart is a peer-led wellbeing ambassador programme funded by Surrey’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Alliance. Eikon will deliver a training programme and resources to develop wellbeing ambassadors in your school who will be able to help other students to think about their own mental health and the practical things they can do to promote positive wellbeing. A Wellbeing Ambassador promotes wellbeing in school through education, activities, events and whole school communication.
Eikon will provide 2- 3 hours of training and a workbook, covering the following:
We have had amazing feedback from our Surrey schools who are running the Head Smart Wellbeing Ambassadors Programme. To read some of the brilliant initiatives taking place which could be easily be replicated in your school please click here
Following school closures we created a special newsletter offering support to school staff, students and parents. Read our Wellbeing @HOME newsletter.
Using our Head Smart programme we have put together some ideas to help build the 5 Ways to Wellbeing into home life, to help families through these challenging times. You can view these here.
The Mindworks Surrey service is being delivered by a new alliance of organisations (NHS and national and local voluntary sector) which include Eikon, as part of the Surrey Wellbeing Partnership (SWP). Together we are working to provide a new range of services for children and families. We want to deliver the appropriate level of support at the right time. Our focus is Early Intervention: providing early support, building resilience, and developing relationships with children, young people, and families, and strengthening links with the wider community provision.
More information can be found on the Mindworks Surrey website.
We are working hard across the organisation to keep young people, staff, volunteers, visitors and facilities users as safe as possible. We are following all current government guidelines. We will continue to adapt our plans and deploy extra measures as additional public health guidance is received.
We are engaging with local and regional bodies and with partners to inform them of our organisational situation and ensure that everything we do complies with current advice and regulation.
There may well be further need to adjust some of our services as the situation develops. This will only be done after carefully considering the needs of everyone affected.
As an organisation we are committed to providing you the information you need to be able to make informed choices and where necessary changes to your usual activities in our building and services.
We have completed Covid-19 specific risk assessments and put in place appropriate actions to manage the risks identified. This is an ongoing priority for us and these risks assessments will be reviewed regularly to ensure that we are complying with government guidance to minimise transmission risk.