Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!!

This year has been full of challenges, changes, and Coronavirus! Despite this we have been working hard to support the children and young people both in Devon and Worcestershire! We have seen a massive rise in mental health issues in children and young people during this year and we, alongside schools and other organisations have […]

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Well guys, that’s a wrap….!

The HeadsUP team have finished all of their delivery for 2020! What a year it has been!  Across Devon, Paula has been extremely busy travelling across the County. Delivering in Exmouth Community College, Littleham Primary School, Brixington Primary Academy and Marpool Primary school.  Reaching thousands of students delivering a variety of Mental Health sessions to […]

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Autumn Term for the growing HeadsUP team.

So sorry all, it has been a long time since we updated our news and we have had so much going on! We hope you are all well and taking care of yourselves and your mental health during this time; especially as we are now in our second lockdown. As you may have seen recently […]

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HeadsUP comes second in Tesco Centenary Grant vote

We are excited to announce that we came second in the Tesco Cententary Grant vote which took place across Devon. We will receive £15,000, which will allow us to continue our work with young people all around Devon. We are hoping to link up with other sporting organisations next year to deliver joint mental health […]

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HeadsUP and the Exeter Chiefs Community Team come together to tackle mental health awareness in local schools

HeadsUP Mental Health Awareness has teamed up with the Exeter Chiefs Community Team to offer mental health awareness sessions to local schools. As mental health is hitting the headlines more and more, helped in part by the increasingly high-profile reports of mental health issues within sport, the need to educate youngsters to look after their […]

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