Half of all mental illnesses start by the age of 14. 

Learning Outside provides an environment and activities that foster positive relationships, which are central to a young person’s health and well-being. Research also indicates that participation in Learning Outside activities can improve happiness. 

This is why our new Learning Outside the classroom guide has a great selection of ideas to get your kids feeling happier and healthier.
 

Also in the Learning Outside the Classroom guide:

  • Longtown Outdoor Centre
  • Child Mental Health Charter
  • LOTC is Improving Children’s Mental Health

To view the rest of our Head Space please visit www.qaeducation.co.uk/headspace-magazines

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