A massive thank you to the staff and students of Newall Green High School for helping film a scenario to be used in the #HeyAreYouOK? workshop for schools. Particularly, Ms Evans, Mr Buchanan and the drama and dance students from years 9 & 10. Everyone worked very hard to put this together, and make it a resounding success.

The #HeyAreYouOK? workshop for schools compliments the STORM training for staff. Students learn the 3-steps of #HeyAreYouOK? using film and drama to recognise and deal with distress early, and knowing when, how and who to turn to for help.

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