The Partnership for Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools is made up of member organisations from across the Children and Young People’s Education, Health or Wellbeing Sectors who work to improve children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing in schools. This includes, but is not limited to schools, colleges, voluntary sector organisations and public bodies.
Our membership ensures that the Partnership is an effective vehicle for influencing policy, bringing together the children’s education, health and wellbeing sectors, promoting the whole school approach, and achieving change.
Core members receive networking and funding opportunities and updates on policy and practice, as well as the opportunity to feed into national policy development.
In return, Core members support the aims, objectives and vision of the Partnership and play an active role in realising its vision. Members share learning and information, contribute to evidence gathering, and promote key messages that support the Partnership in achieving its aims. Core members are required to attend 50% of full Partnership meetings.