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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
The Deputy Dedicated Safeguarding Lead is Agnes Jeary
Bromley Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit
Schools and colleges, including adult education providers, play a key role in supporting the mental health and wellbeing of children, young people, families and adult students. This toolkit aims to improve links between education and mental health professionals so that people get the support they need when they need it.
For more information follow this link Bromley Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit
Coping with the Cost of Living crisis
It's hard to look after your mental health when you are worried about money.
BAEC can help with workshops on managing money and budgeting. There are also a range of organisations that can help you manage your finances and support you with your mental health.
For more information and where to get help, follow these links
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.
Wellbeing Guidance in other languages
Doctors of the World have published leaflets in 27 languages to support wellbeing in migrant communities in the UK.
Finding other help and support
The resources below offer some tips to look after ourselves and each other.
Keeping Active at Home
Staying active, eating well and sleeping soundly is important for wellbeing and mental health.
The resources below give information on how to keep physically healthy and well.
Supporting recovery after Covid-19
If you are suffering from long lasting effects of Covid-19, the NHS has published helpful guidance on managing symptoms and the effects on your mind and body.