Children’s Mental Health Week took place from 5-11 February 2024.
We hope you enjoyed getting involved in Children's Mental Health Week and our 2024 theme, "My Voice Matters". Whether you held an Express Yourself day, used an assembly plan or got involved with our resources and videos, we've loved seeing how everyone took part.
If you raised money during Children's Mental Health Week, you can pay in your fundraising on our website.
Our map shows all the incredible schools and organisations across the UK who are taking part in Children's Mental Health Week.Add yourself to the map now
It's easy to get involved
Use our free resources for primary schools and secondary or high schools to take part in Children's Mental Health Week.Schools
Find out how you can take part in the week, spread the word and raise vital funds to get us closer to reaching our goal that no child or young person has to face mental health problems alone.Take part
Add yourself to our map
We love seeing all the schools and organisations who take part in Children's Mental Health Week - let us know how you're getting involved and add yourself to our map!Add your school or organisation
How you can take part
Schools & youth groups
Make a head start on your plans for Children’s Mental Health Week with our resources.Check out resources for schools and youth groups
You can take part with your family too! Download our resources for families, parents and carers.Get our resources for families
Help us reach our mission our goal that no child or young person has to face a mental health problem alone.Fundraise for us
Add yourself to our map!
We’d love for you to add your school or organisation to our map! You can see who else is taking part in Children’s Mental Health Week across the UK.
However you’re planning on taking part in giving a voice to children and young people, we’d love to hear it.
How we made a difference in 2023
Schools, families and organisations across the UK (and the world!) took part in Children’s Mental Health Week 2023. Whether you downloaded a resource to use in class, held an assembly, organised a fundraiser, made a donation, or tweeted about the week – your support helped Place2Be to reach more children, young people and families.
raised for Place2Be
downloads of our resources
children and young people supporting the week
News and blogs
Keep up with the latest news and views about Children's Mental Health Week.
“My Voice Matters”: a look back at Children’s Mental Health Week 2024
This year, we encouraged children and young people to use their voices and share what matters to them during the Week.Read more
Mental health leaders call for more investment in school-based mental health support
In a joint letter to the Department of Health and Social Care, we're calling for investment in school-based support.Read more
Listening Louder, Beyond the Silence
Fiona Fearon, Policy and Projects Manager at NGA, speaks about the importance of adults listening earnestly to children.Read more
Would you like to become a supporter for Children's Mental Health Week? Get in touch to find out more.