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PremierLeague-News.Com - A Suffolk college went back to nature for Mental Health Awareness Week.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Bury St Edmunds college went back to nature for Mental Health Awareness Week.West Suffolk College held a series of events based around the outdoors and the environment as part of the Mental Health Foundation's initiative.Laura Lockwood, HR advisor for wellbeing and engagement at the college, said earlier this week: "This year’s theme from the Mental Health Foundation is nature.Laura Lockwood, HR advisor for wellbeing and engagement at West Suffolk College. Picture: West Suffolk College. (47183699)"This week’s aim is to raise awareness of how nature can aid us in our wellbeing and open discussions around mental health."We also want to show staff what amazing support we can offer as their employer, such as our employee assistance programme, that is all done alongside fun and meaningful activities to bring a little joy both in and outside of work.
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.Mike Opukah, business lecturer at West Suffolk College. Picture: West Suffolk College. (47183701)Mike Opukah, business lecturer at West Suffolk College, said: "As a college, we pride ourselves on the support that we give our students and staff in relation to mental health issues throughout the year."This same week, business students Lauren Buckley, Neave Connor, Harvey Broomhall, Levi Nicholls and Cain Collier had also made £2,600 for Young Minds so far this year. News from our universities, local primary and secondary schools including Ofsted inspections and league tables can be found here.Read more: All the latest news from Bury St Edmunds
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