Wellbeing awareness month this September

As physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing becomes more important year upon year, InterHigh are raising awareness for wellbeing this September.

What is wellbeing?

Wellbeing can be defined as the state of being comfortable, healthy or happy. It includes having good mental health, and generally just feeling well!

Our wellbeing is fed from our thoughts, experiences and our actions. So, the more we think positively, the greater our emotional wellbeing.

About InterHigh’s wellbeing awareness month

A major part of wellbeing is being happy, so we reached out to our InterHigh students to see what makes them feel good!

Amy Lally didn’t have enough support in her previous school, but since being at InterHigh she has been able to focus on her interests and passions alongside her studies. Now, she is the “happiest and healthiest she’s ever been”.

“Since studying at InterHigh, I have unearthed so many interests and passions of mine that I never knew I had before. I have performed in theatre shows and acted in films around Europe. My sister and I have thrived in the relaxed, comfortable setting of this online school.”

Another InterHigh student, Hannah Morgan, dreams of competing in the Paralympics. By learning with InterHigh, she is given the freedom to pursue her ambition.

“My dream and ambition are to compete in the Paralympics. There has been no conflict with school, and I can happily train and study without missing any lessons or getting anxious.”

How do I get involved?

If you’d like to be involved in Wellbeing Awareness Month this September, contact katie.brambald@wedu.co.uk for more information.

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