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Childrens Mental Health week with BWC

Children’s Mental Health Week 2023 will take place from 6-12 February 2023. This year’s theme is Let’s Connect.

Children’s Mental Health Week isn’t far away (6th-12th February), and we are working close with our partners in the Bank workers charity to provide support.


Kooth provides a free, safe, and anonymous well-being support service for people aged 11-18 which includes:

  • access to live peer-to-peer moderated forums
  • self-help articles and tools including mood tracking and goal setting
  • access to online trained counsellors via drop-in or booked live text-based sessions
  • links to further support

Share this link with your child so they can register:


In partnership with Relate (the UK’s largest provider of relationship counselling), we can offer support to a child or young person in helping them talk about how they feel, about problems related to:

  • bullying, harassment, self-harm or school pressures
  • worries at home or trouble with their own relationships
  • depression, loneliness, anger issues or other mental health problems

Find out more: Relate’s services

Support for neurodiverse children

If your child is neurodiverse (affected by autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia or ADHD), we may be able to help with:

  • guidance on getting a diagnosis
  • getting specialist support
  • recommendations for and help with obtaining specialist educational equipment, such as a tablet or laptop, or adaptations.

How to access support for a neurodiverse child


Children and young people’s mental health webinar, 16 February 11.00-11.45

Delegates can sign up to the Bank workers charity webinar here