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03/04/17 - 07/04/07

Wellbeing week is all about you, so we have a week planned to promote your mental health.

Monday

Time to Change

1200: Jaime-Lee and Darren Clarke are signing the Time to Change pledge in the Union Reception.

Time to Change is a growing movement of people changing how we all think and act about mental health.

The Students’ Union are going to sign the Employer Pledge. When we sign the Employer Pledge we demonstrate our commitment to change how we think and act about mental health in the workplace and all over campus and make sure that anybody facing these problems feel supported.

Tuesday

Time to Connect

Jaime-Lee will be in the Res Life and on campus accommodation to promote the Look After Your Mate campaign and with Res Life, GreenPad and the Student Advice Centre.

Wednesday

Time to get Active

Sir Stanley Matthews Sports Centre are holding a day of taster sessions and pop-up events on campus to get your bodies moving.

Exercise and Wellbeing go hand in hand. It only takes a quick Google search to see the thousands of articles on how exercise can have a positive effect on anxiety, depression, mood swings and your general cognition function.

If you think it's #timetogetactive, join one of the below events on Wednesday.

9am -11am – Travelling Batak Schools Challenge. The Batak board will pop up in all 6 schools receptions.

11am – Volleyball taster in Sports Hall

11.30 – 1.30pm – Pop activities outside Ember & Brindley.

12.00 – Goalball taster in Sports Hall

1pm – 3pm – Drop in badminton

12.30 & 5.30 – Yoga/Stretch session at the Sports Centre

At Blackheath Lane, Pure Gym will on onsite 12pm-4pm bringing you challenges, day passes and advice

Thursday

Time to Talk

11-14:30: Cafe Connect set up by Staffordshire University to allow students to come and have informal chats in the Henrion building.

Friday

Time to Relax

13:30-16:30: Enabling Centre will be doing Reiki sessions in the Union Boardroom (above Ember Lounge). These are drop-in sessions, so there's no need to book a space.

There will also be fresh fruit given out in University venues.

We’re #inyourcorner

If you or a friend are struggling with your mental wellbeing, then your Union and the University are here to support you.

Below are downloadable documents produced by President Jaime-lee where you can learn about all of the support available to you on campus with contact details and booklet full of practical advice on how to look after your head.

Mind Your Head Support