Awareness Days

At Inclusion we are committed to providing a diverse and wide-spread education for our young people which includes a knowledge and understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion, as well as British Values. As specialists in mental health and well-being, we feel it is our responsibility to ensure a greater understanding of mental health and help combat the stigma that this can still encounter. 

Equality, diversity, community

We want our learners to have a greater understanding and appreciation of the diverse world around them, and one of the ways we do this is by marking some of the awareness days and events held throughout the year. 

Activities can range from  work and discussion during curriculum topics to craft projects and campaigns. 

We select a number of awareness days during the year to mark and celebrate with learners. 

Typically these include:

  • World Mental Health Day and Mental Health Awareness Week
  • Hello Yellow – young people’s mental health awareness day
  • Black History Month
  • Pride Month
  • GRT Month
  • White Ribbon Day
  • International Women’s Day
  • International Men’s Day