• Peer Educator, Watford Grammar School for Girls

    Having taken part in the project we have grown not just in confidence but also in awareness of mental health. We learnt how to discuss mental health in a concise yet honest way as well as being able to bridge the age gap between sixth form and lower school which has been extremely rewarding.

    Peer Educator, Watford Grammar School for Girls

  • Peer Learner, City of London Academy Highgate Hill

    It was really interesting to learn about how mental health can change someone's life. Even if they look happy on the outside you don't know how they are feeling in the inside.

     

    It is better for young people to teach us about mental health. They are close to our age and get what you are feeling.

    Peer Learner, City of London Academy Highgate Hill

  • Peer Educator, The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School

    From my own personal experience working in the programme, it has helped me gain an understanding of everyone’s individual viewpoints, and helped me to explore new perspectives and ideas about mental health.

    Peer Educator, The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School

  • Staff, Watford Grammar School for Girls

    The Peer Education Project has been running here at WGGS for three years and has been really well received by both staff and students. Every year the Year 12 Peer Educators work hard to deliver the excellent resources provided by the Mental Health Foundation in an understandable and relaxed way to Year 7 students. The project runs alongside other mental health schemes within school such as a peer listening scheme and a whole-school mental health week.

    Staff, Watford Grammar School for Girls