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Wednesday 20th September 2017
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24th July 2016
Congratulations to The Sixth Form College Farnborough in Hampshire ...
25th March 2016
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25th March 2016
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25th March 2016
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The Mulberry House School achieves accreditation
AcSEED Chief Executive Nick Gatherer (centre) presents the award to Mulberry House Head Teacher Victoria Playford, Head of Operations Vijay Tanna, and Team Leaders Carla Garcia Fernandez and Maria Fojo Nebnil.
Congratulations to The Mulberry House School in London, who are the first early years / preparatory school to be accredited with The AcSEED Award. At a ceremony to mark the achievement on Thursday 18th May 2016 the award was presented to the children and staff at Mulberry House.
"AcSEED promotes adoption of best practices in supporting the emotional wellbeing and mental health of young people in schools and colleges, and provides recognition for organisations that satisfy the AcSEED criteria for wellbeing support" said Charlotte Gatherer, founder of The AcSEED Initiative. "The AcSEED assessment team were impressed by the comprehensive wellbeing support provided by The Mulberry House School, by the targeting of wellbeing provisions to specifically address the needs of age groups within the school, and by the high degree of staff awareness and engagement which creates a very strong wellbeing ethos. We are therefore delighted to announce that The Mulberry House School has been accredited with The AcSEED Award, and becomes the first dedicated early years / preparatory school to achieve AcSEED accreditation".
New AcSEED accreditations
Congratulations to the following organisations that have recently been accredited with The AcSEED Award:
- Torpoint Community College in Torpoint, Cornwall
- Sydenham Primary School in Leamington-Spa, Warwickshire
- Freegrounds Junior School in Hedge End, Hampshire
- Plymstock School in Plymouth, Devon
- Priestlands School in Lymington, Hampshire
- The Mulberry House School in West Hampstead, London
- Selly Oak Trust School in Selly Oak, Birmingham
- Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form in Norwich, Norfolk
- Royds Hall Community School in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- Blackheath Primary School in Rowley Regis, West Midlands
Accreditation for The Sixth Form College Farnborough
AcSEED Chief Executive Nick Gatherer (left) presents the award to college Principal Simon Jarvis and members of the college's Health and Wellbeing team.
Congratulations to The Sixth Form College Farnborough in Hampshire, who have been accredited with The AcSEED Award.
At a ceremony to mark the achievement on Thursday 7th July 2016 the award was presented by AcSEED Chief Executive Nick Gatherer to college Principal Simon Jarvis and Deputy Principal for Student Services Catherine Cole. Also attending from the College were Lead Counsellor Claire Basil, Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinator Kirsten Halvorsen, and members of the college's Health and Wellbeing team.
Read about the real experiences of students who have experienced emotional challenges at school. You are not alone!
Workshops & Guest Speakers
Teachers ... have a look at these organisations that can visit your school to talk about emotional wellbeing and mental health. These events can be highly engaging and informative for all students.
The AcSEED Initiative
An introduction to The AcSEED Initiative which is focussed on promoting and supporting emotional wellbeing in schools.
Video blogs introducing The AcSEED Initiative, and different views on supporting emotional and mental health in schools.
The AcSEED Award
How to apply for The AcSEED Award, a quality assurance mark presented to schools that have made a substantial effort to support the emotional wellbeing and mental health of their students.
School Best Practices
These best practices are collated from the real experiences of young people, teachers, and supporting organisations. They also form the assessment basis for The AcSEED Award.