Students’ Wellbeing

Staying well and looking after your health

Protecting students’ mental health and wellbeing is a priority at BAEC. We recognise that many students are facing additional mental health challenges and we  encourage them to stay in touch with their tutor, fellow students and the BAEC safeguarding team.

The Dedicated Safeguarding Lead is Elena Diaconescu and the Deputy Safeguarding Lead is Tano Bellone

Social support is valuable for mental health and wellbeing during this challenging time. Many groups have created private social media groups to exchange news and keep up with their learning.

This is a great way to keep in touch and always be up to date with latest developments. Please keep in mind the need for online safety and refrain from sharing private information or personal details, unless you have permission from others, and everybody in the group agree to such communication.

30 minutes Wellbeing Workshops with Theresa Borg

Learn about the power of Positive Thinking and Mindfulness with these introductory workshops, hosted by our qualified Wellbeing and Meditation tutor. Follow the link to the Youtube videos and practise at home.

Positive thinking

Introduction to Mindfulness 

Finding other help and support

The resources below offer some tips to look after ourselves and each other.

Local support

Bromley Well mental health and wellbeing

Coronavirus/COVID 19 - Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich Mind

Talk Together Bromley

Keeping Active at Home

Staying active while at home is important for wellbeing and mental health.

The resources below give information on how to keep physically healthy and well.

mentalhealth.org - how to look after your mental health using exercise 

mentalhealth.org - diet and mental health 

Wellbeing when working/studying from home