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Peer Education Project

A secondary school mental health programme

The Peer Education Project (PEP) is an evidence-based, peer-led, mental health education programme, available to all UK and international British secondary schools.

Pupils aged 14 and above are trained by school staff to deliver a minimum of five mental health lessons to pupils aged 11 to 13.

For a one-off cost of £100 + VAT, a school will have lifetime access to the project's digital resource hub, which includes all the training and lesson resources needed and more!

The benefits

For Peer Educators:

The Mental Health Foundation is licensed as an Approved Activity Provider by The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award for the Volunteering section.

For Peer Learners:

For your School:

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Embed crucial mental health knowledge within your curriculum and support a whole-school approach to positive mental health and wellbeing.

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