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Wise Up: our message to Theresa May

Wise Up: our message to Theresa May
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Wise Up: our message to Theresa May

Dear supporter,

Today, I’ll be in Westminster giving evidence to two powerful committees of MPs to launch our new campaign, Wise Up.

I will be sending a clear message to parliament: the Government needs to rebalance the education system so that the wellbeing of students is as important as academic achievement.
I’m writing to ask you if you will join me in writing to Theresa May, calling for the Government to make wellbeing in schools a priority. 
There is a mental health crisis in our classrooms. Children and young people are facing more pressures than ever before, including exam pressure, cyber-bullying and body image pressure. 

Schools play a crucial role in developing the skills young people need to cope and flourish in today’s world. They are a constant in young peoples’ lives, and are a safe, consistent place for young people. 

But, young people, parents and teachers alike tell us that the education system is unbalanced, with an over-emphasis on exams and schools overwhelmingly judged on their grades. In fact, more than 8 in every 10 teachers think that the focus on exams has become disproportionate to the overall wellbeing of their students.

As well as this, schools are under significant funding pressures and therefore many struggle to divert resource towards wellbeing initiatives, even when they want it to be a priority.
Please take a moment to sign our open letter to the Prime Minister, calling for urgent action to rebalance our education system. The more of us who sign it, the harder we are to ignore.
Thank you for your ongoing support,

Sarah Brennan OBE
Chief Executive

P.S. You can watch me giving evidence to the Joint Health and Education Select Committee Inquiry at 2.30pm today on Parliament TV
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