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In the lead up to Children's Mental Health Week, St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School’s KS3 students enjoyed Mental Health and Wellbeing workshops, as part of their extra-curricular clubs with Rugby League Cares.
The St Helens students from the school’s Year 7, 8 and 9 Football and Netball teams were invited to sessions with Damian Gibson, from Rugby League Cares, to speak about all things wellbeing and mental health awareness whilst also combining fun Rugby League activities.
As a school, St Cuthbert’s believes that using sport as a vehicle to care for others, in their community, as well as looking after our own physical, mental and emotional wellbeing is what helps everyone recognise how important it is to look after themselves.
Rugby League Cares is an independent charity that has always put mental health at the forefront of its vision, by not only supporting players at the end of their careers but by providing education and training that equips young people with the skills and qualifications they need for the next stage of their lives.
Damian Gibson, Rugby League Cares Ambassador, said: "I am absolutely overwhelmed by the maturity, engagement and fantastic attitude that each of these young people showed during these vital sessions.
“I have never worked with such a wonderful group.”
Mrs Jackson, Curriculum Leader of Physical Education, said: “Having these sessions is so important and we are grateful to Rugby League Cares for their support and the work they do with our young people.
“The last two years has been so tough for everybody and it shows the important role sports can play and how we must look out for our own and each other's mental health.”
St Cuthbert’s Cares
As a school, St Cuthbert’s believes that using sport as a vehicle to care for others