IT'S OK NOT TO BE OK
NO ONE KNOWS HOW SOMEONE ELSE IS FEELING ON THE INSIDE
THINK OF OTHERS
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
Inside Out Day during Children's Mental Health Week
Wear an item of clothing inside out!
Inside Out Day during Children’s Mental Health Week is an awareness campaign that aims to enable young people to start talking about their mental health.
How someone looks on the outside doesn’t necessarily reflect how they are truly feeling on the inside, so it is important to always be kind and think of others.
Turn your clothes inside out to get important conversations started. No one should be embarrassed about how they feel.
Schools across the country are urged to support Inside Out Day – a simple premise, easy to implement and a meaningful way to engage pupils in discussions around emotional well-being.
We want Inside Out Day to be inclusive for all, so have produced SEN guidance to advise parents on how to help prepare their child for the day. With thanks to autism specialist Helen Clarke for working with us on this.
It's important that children know that it’s OK not to be OK. No one is perfect, even though they may look so from the outside.