Mindful Café

In support of World Mental Health Day, Unified Academy opened up a Mindful Café.

Students and staff were invited to drop in and enjoy snacks and drinks prepared by upper school students. The café provided an opportunity for the school community to come together, chat, play social games and unwind.

It was a fantastic way to promote the importance of mental health and well-being and share  strategies to support our young people.

We look forward to opening the mindful café once a month.

My son joined Unified Academy in September 2020 and it is the best educational setting for him.  As a parent, I was apprehensive about my son attending a new place, but the experience for him has been fantastic. Having had a tough time in previous schools, his attitude to attending school has been difficult. Unified Academy has changed his attitude towards school and that is thanks to the positivity of all the staff.  My son finally feels accepted and that is a great weight off my shoulders!

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