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Documents relating to all aspects of student health and wellbeing can be found here.

CASH enjoys a number of partenrships with our colleagues in health and other agencies. Six of our schools, for example, host Integrated Health Centres where services in education and health work closely together in school based hubs.

Inter Professional Collaboration is central to this work - all professionals recognise and celebrate each other's skills and attributes and look to work closely in order to prvode the best possible service and outcomes for children and young people.

File icon: pdf Mental Health and wellbeing in schools December 2018 [pdf 179KB] Click to download
The resource pack provided to MPs for a government debate explaining recent Government policy announcements and bringing together related parliamentary material, news articles and further reading. Includes online links to the key documents relating to mental health and suicide prevention in schools.
File icon: pdf TurningTheTide Nov 2018 Update [pdf 1MB] Click to download
The multi agency plan to transform the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
File icon: pdf Managing Self HarmToolkit [pdf 7MB] Click to download
Identified by CASH colleagues as being a key priority, this toolkit is being supported by twilight training in every Cornish secondary school during 2018 and 2019. Schools are required to invite all primary school partners to the training together with local professionals in other agencies.
File icon: pdf Thrive programme - what is it May 2017 [pdf 1MB] Click to download
THRIVE is the underpinning programme upon which Turning the Tide is based.
File icon: pdf Headstart Kernow Programme Overview [pdf 3MB] Click to download
A Big Lottery funded programme in six Local Authorities across England running from 2016-2021. The HeadStart Kernow partnership will build the resilience and mental well-being of young people who have asked us to ensure: • ‘We can understand our own thoughts and emotions and can talk openly when we need help’ • ‘People around us know the signs and know what to do when we are struggling.’ • ‘Help is reliable and consistent; we will know who we can trust to help us to help ourselves.’ • ‘We are helped to cope with the pressures of life, including online.’ • We learn and share what we have learnt.