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Millwall proud to support Children's Mental Health Week

5 February 2021

This week sees the seventh year of Children's Mental Health Week, an initiative proudly backed by Millwall Football Club.

With the aim of shining a light on the importance of positive mental health amongst children and young people, Children's Mental Health Week takes place from February 1st to the 7th. 

This year's theme for Children's Mental Health Week is 'Express Yourself', and they have teamed up with BAFTA Kids and Oak National Academy to create a free assembly featuring pupils and well known-faces.

Hosted by Blue Peter’s Lindsey Russell, and CBBC Presenter and Place2Be Champion Rhys Stephenson, the assembly is a great way to help children to explore the creative ways they can share their thoughts and feelings.

For more details click here.

Free resources to help children and young people to explore what it means to 'Express Yourself', are also being provided which can adapted for use in school, for home-schooling, online lessons or independent learning.

Activity packs are available to download for children across all ages. 

For more details click here.

The current pandemic has affected people in many different ways, and now more than ever, it's important to look after your mental health. 

Over Christmas, Millwall fans, Millwall Supporters' Club and Millwall Community Trust teamed up together to provide 100 hot meals per day for disadvantaged children over the Christmas period.

The club will continue to work as hard as ever in the community during these difficult times. 

 


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