Mental Health – What does it mean to us? #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
At Ascentis we wanted to do something a bit different this Mental Health Awareness Week. We sent a short survey around to Ascentis staff to find out what Mental Health and Well-being means to them and their top tips for learners sittings exams ahead of the upcoming exam period. Here is what we found:
What advice would you give to a learner who is currently sitting exams, who maybe feeling stressed or anxious?
“Remember to keep the end goal in mind and remember to make time for you to relax in your revision schedule, even if it's just for 10 minutes before you go to sleep.”
“Take a deep breath, focus and relax, it is not the end of the world if things don't go perfectly.”
“Try and revise before you have an exam, if there is a particular area which you are struggling with let a teacher or a parent know. All you can do is your best, no matter what be proud of yourself.”
“You get out of life what you put into it. As long as you do your best it doesn't matter about the result.”