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Olga from iChoir: how singing can be a positive force for your mental health

Olga is a Co-Chair at the iChoir, she talks to us about her experience in the choir, how singing can help your mental health and how the choir felt about performing at The Community Shield for the Heads Up campaign. Tell us how you came across the choir? Myself and the other Co-Chair, Cath, used…

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Heads Up launches at The Community Shield

Heads Up, our new campaign in partnership with The FA launched today – Sunday 4th August at The Community Shield. This exciting new campaign will harness the influence and popularity of football to help show the nation that we all have mental health and it is just as important as physical health. It will raise…

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Mental health choir, BeeVocal share what it means to them to sing at the launch of Heads Up

Introduce yourself and the organisation you’re from. Dan: I’m Dan, I’m the Musical Director from the choir and co-founder. I set up the choir last year with Triple C. Ged: I’m Ged, from Triple C one of the founding members of the partnership. Laney: I’m Laney, I’m a psychologist and I support the choir with…

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Heads Up will build on the important work that has been done throughout the UK to tackle the stigma that surrounds mental health.

Harnessing the influence and popularity of football, Heads Up will be a campaign to remind us all that mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. Heads Up will build on the important work that has been done throughout the UK to tackle the stigma that surrounds mental health. We know that for so…

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The 10th Festival of Education

For two days in June, the 10th annual Festival of Education brought together key thinkers in education, policy, mental health and wellbeing along with school staff and students from around the country to discuss and deliver talks on the latest research and opinion covering all things education. This year, the festival was also host to…

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