MIND Parent Survey.
Parents & carer’s
As a trust, we are developing a whole trust approach to mental health in partnership with Mind, the mental health charity.
We are starting this by asking staff and parents/carers in the school community to take part in a confidential mental health survey. It is designed to help find out how you feel about mental health and wellbeing, and what is already in place.
The survey is anonymous, and we won’t know who has said what. We will share the results with you and the rest of the school. We will be supporting individual schools, and the trust as a whole, to identify what is working well, and what needs to be implemented to better support and improve mental health.
It’s really important that everyone takes the survey. The more responses there are from across the school community, the more helpful the support provided will be. It should take about 10 minutes to complete: https://wwindex.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3xtDRFOoJRULi8C
It is up to you whether you want to take part in this survey. All answers will be treated in confidence. If you start and then change your mind, you can stop at any time. Please do not put any personal details on the survey. The findings will be shared with others, however your answers will remain anonymous – no one will know who has said what. If there are any questions you can’t answer, please move on to the next question.
By working on this together as a trust, we can build confidence so that everyone across the trust is comfortable talking about mental health and feels able to ask for help when they need it.
You can find out more, or ask questions about the process, by speaking to Mrs J. Emmett
To access information on a range of topics including types of mental health problems, where to get help, and advocacy, please contact:
0300 123 3393
For some more general information and support resources for young people, you can signpost them to mind.org.uk/youngpeople
If you know a young person who needs immediate support with their mental health, please signpost them to Childline. They offer free confidential counselling 24 hours a day. Young people can call them on 0800 1111 or go online to chat one-to-one with a counsellor at childline.org.uk/get-support/