Evidence shows that mental health and well-being programs in school can lead to significant improvements in student's mental health as well as their social and emotional skills. This could also lead to reductions in bullying and poor classroom behaviour. Therefore, CCHS will be holding a Mental Health and Well-being Expo in our Library on Tuesday, 1st June. 

At this time, we can confirm 16 agencies PLUS our own Year 9 Health students will set up their stalls for the whole day. Each year group will attend in 45 minute sessions and there will be a sausage sizzle for students at lunchtime. Thanks to the Health and PhyEd team for organising this event!