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Hear From Our Happy Schools!

Take a look at what other school staff and pupils have been saying
about working with One Goal…

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Welcome to our testimonials page, where we celebrate and share the positive impact of our Mental Health Champions training programmes and services on schools throughout the UK.

Discover authentic feedback from teachers and students who have participated in our online programmes, engaging workshops, and comprehensive school services.

The feedback we receive is deeply meaningful to us, as it highlights our dedication to sparking a mental health revolution in schools. By working together, we aim to enhance mental health awareness and resilience, enabling schools to cultivate a nurturing environment for both students and staf

WHAT TEACHERS HAVE SAID…

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Great Crosby Catholic Primary School

“From the Mental Health Champions programme pupils have gained an understanding that everyone has mental health and you need to be aware that just because you can’t see it, it is there and is important.”

10/10
Tom Critchley

Class Teacher

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Netherseal St Peter’s Primary

“The workshop was great and ideally pitched for our pupils. They learnt lots of skills and strategies for their own and others' mental health.”

10/10
Charlotte Davies

Teacher/Mental Health Lead

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Yorkmead School

“The pupils have learnt how good and useful it is to be a mental health champion, they will be able to promote this and hopefully inspire others to become one too. The workshop itself was a great combination of practical and theory.”

10/10
Sarah Wilkinson

Year 3 Class Teacher

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Alderman Bolton Primary

“Children had a great day, there has been very positive feedback from children and staff. The pupils have gained strategies that will help them cope with feelings of stress or if they are nervous as well as a good understanding of mental health.”

10/10
Ellis Holt

Teacher

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Willows Primary School

“Everything was great, a mixture of theory and active learning. The pupils have gained confidence, strategies and skills to support their own mental health and that of others.”

10/10
Kelly Bates

Assistant Headteacher

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Hall Orchard Church Of England Primary School

"The children’s ideas were heard and they have gained a good understanding of what mental health is and why it is important to have good mental health.”

10/10
Mrs Rebecca Harrison

Pastoral Lead

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Ruckleigh School, Solihull

“The mental health champion workshop was a fantastic summary and recap building on from the kickstarter course. The students gained great strategies for coping with stress and awareness of mental health.”

10/10
Rachel Chandler

Assistant Headteacher, Pastoral and Mental Health First Aider

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Goresbrook Primary School

“A fantastic day. The pupils have learnt to work together to solve problems and hopefully will consider how their behaviour impacts on others. They have problem solved ways to support each other.”

10/10
Anne Smith

Vice Principal

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Trotts Hill Primary School

“Every school should have mental health champions training. They have gained ideas for supporting themselves and others with their mental health and learnt about the skills and qualities of a mental health champion.”

10/10
Hannah Ward

Mental Health Lead and SENDCo

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Priestsic Primary School

“It’s fab. The mental health champions will play a huge part in embedding mental health in our school.”

10/10
Amy Marriott

Key Stage 2 Lead

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Aldwyn primary

“They have all really enjoyed the sessions and taken a lot from it. They have been able to open up more about their own mental health.”

10/10
Kirsty Kelly

Class teacher

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Hollingwood Primary

“I think this workshop was fantastic. They have learnt new strategies to help cope with anxiety”

10/10
Rachel Skinner

Teaching Assistant

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Jacobstow Community Primary School

“It has provided the students with skills for life. It was versatile, varied, active and fun.”

10/10
Emma Sheridan

Teacher

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St Thomas Primary

“It was absolutely brilliant! They have gained an understanding of what mental health is and how it affects us.”

10/10
Isabella Barton

Mental Health Lead

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Wellbeck Academy

“It’s been great. The students feel like they can talk to peers more, trust each other more and help each other in different experiences.”

10/10
James Devin

Teaching Assistant

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Priors Hall a learning community

“The workshop was fantastic, the children were engaged throughout the session. They have gained a deeper knowledge of mental health and have learnt to promote their knowledge through school.”

10/10
Lindsey James

Teaching Assistant

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Radford Semele Primary School

“It was really good and the children enjoyed it. They have learnt some strategies that are easy to use in school to help them self regulate when feeling stressed.”

10/10
Mrs Rachael Hart

Teaching Assistant

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All Saints Academy

The students have thoroughly enjoyed the workshop; this includes the activities, but also the opportunity to gel as a team. Moving forward the students learning from today will ensure that they make appropriate choices when supporting their own and others mental health.”

10/10
Mrs Caroline Buchan

Deputy Headteacher

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The Ramsey Academy

The workshop was highly engaging and delivered compassionately to the needs of the students. They learnt to understand their own feelings, how to manage them and how to offer help and support to others.”

10/10
Erin Duhig

Mental Health Lead

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St Gregory’s Science College

“The Pupils have learnt many techniques to improve their own mental health and they can then set an example to other students and support the school community, passing on what they have learnt. The workshop was the right balance of activities and participation.”

10/10
Niamh Boyle

Librarian

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John Ferneley College

“It was awesome. The pupils have gained confidence and a deeper understanding of mental health.”

10/10
Paula Oates

Teacher/Wellbeing

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Swakeley Girls High School

“I wish I could train the whole of KS3 this way. The pupils were inspired by this workshop to think about how to manage their own mental health and how to support others. There were lots of practical suggestions which they loved.”

10/10
Gilly Hare

Deputy Headteacher

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St Thomas More Catholic School

“Pupils have learnt to reflect on their own mental health and how to communicate with others about their mental health. We would like to ask your organisation to come back again to work with lower school students.”

10/10
Kathryn Chesters

Assistant Headteacher

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Whytrig Middle School

“It wasn’t just the giving of information, the children were given plenty of opportunities to share their own ideas and knowledge of mental health. They’re motivated to put their training into action now.”

10/10
Janet Rutter

KS3 Lead

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Brownedge St Mary’s High School

“Aspects of mental health being covered. Really good.”

10/10
Sandra Watson

Lead DSL for Mental Health and Intervention Manager

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Blessed Thomas Holford Catholic High School

“The workshop was brilliant. A really purposeful day.”

10/10
Vicky Kneen

Associate Deputy Headteacher

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Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy

“The students were really engaged. They have gained confidence in their knowledge of their feelings and how to support others.”

10/10
Miriam Mcauliffe

Head of PE

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Charlton Park Academy

“Very good. They have learnt techniques such as tapping and calm jars as well as other ways to help their own mental health.”

10/10
Sara Johnson

Parent Liaison

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Seaton Sluice Middle School

“The students will now be able to help their peers be more positive towards their own mental health”

10/10
Kirstie Morgan

Humanities Coordinator

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Ysgol Bryn Alyn

“The pupils took part in structured discussions with a mental health focus. They have gained confidence to support their peers.”

10/10
Johanna Ebrey

Deputy Headteacher

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Colmers School

“Pupils learnt lots of new things whilst having fun at the same time. They got the chance to speak openly and honestly with each other on a range of topics.”

10/10
Mrs Mellieha Colmer

Head of Languages

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SET Beccles School

“The pupils have gained the confidence to talk more openly after the workshop and they will be able to offer support and advice to their peers.”

10/10
Demelza Hammond

Inclusion Officer

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St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School

“Today’s workshop was interactive, the children were well engaged and enjoyed the session. They have learnt different strategies to promote positive mental health around school as well as learning what qualities it takes to be a team player.”

10/10
Alison King

Trainee Teacher

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Callands Community Primary School

“The pupils have gained a deeper understanding of mental health and strategies to promote this in a positive way in their classrooms.”

10/10
Mrs Chambers

Teacher SLT

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Kingsway Academy

“The students have gained coping strategies as well as learning to listen to their peers and help a friend in need.”

10/10
Tracy Barton

Teaching Assistant

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Kingsway Academy

“The advanced workshop has enabled the students to support each other better and taught them how to promote mental health across school.”

10/10
Stephanie Davies

Teacher

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Warboys Primary School

“The pupils have learnt to have better empathy and gained ideas to help other children and promote better health. The children were very engaged, there was a good mixture of doing and listening.”

10/10
Fiona Hunter-Jones

Year 5/6 Teacher

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Limpsfield Junior School

“The pupils have gained a great sense of working together as a team and brilliant ideas for how to support children across the school.”

10/10
Danielle Brown

Deputy Headteacher

HERE’S WHAT SOME PUPILS SAID THEY
LEARNED…

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I now know that everybody has mental health and everybody can change their mental health.

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I learned that mental health can change how you feel and act.

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I have learned how to relax and to tell an adult if I am feeling stressed, sad or unhappy and emotional.

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I learned that as a Mental Health Champion I can uplift others.

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I have learnt what mental health is and how to keep our brain healthy.

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I want to spread awareness about mental health because it affects people on the inside.

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I learned how I can control my emotions and how to solve bad situations and give advice to others.

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I learned all about how to make others happy and to be a mental health champion.

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I have learnt that mental health is a lot more important than I thought

INTERESTED IN WORKING
WITH ONE GOAL?

Are you ready to join the growing community of schools who have benefited from our Mental Health Champions training programmes and services?

Contact us today by simply filling out the form below, and our team will be in touch with you soon to discuss how we can support your school's mental health journey.

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