MINDSTARS HAVE REACHED OVER 9,000 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SO FAR
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Welcome To MINDSTARS CIC
MINDSTARS Community Interest Company, based in North East England, was founded in 2020 to alleviate the mental health crisis our children are facing. We have a wonderful team behind us who are all passionate about making a societal change in the way we approach mental health with our children.
Who We Are
The latest government statistics show that 1 in 6 children are likely to develop a diagnosable mental health disorder in the UK. This equates to 3 children in every classroom.
Mindstars work to support the wellbeing of children and their families. We believe by educating children earlier in mental health topics, we will be able to break down the stigma, and positively change the outlook for future generations.
What We Do
Mindstars offer Mental Health and Wellbeing School Workshops for Primary and Secondary Schools. With a variety of interactive activities to build resilience and self-confidence, proactively educating and empowering children in Mental Health. We do this all in a very fun and engaging way that encourages children to think, learn and apply.
Mindstars are delivering our A Journey Through Space & Mind
mental health activity books to 9,000 children in the North East for FREE!
Covid-19 KIDS TALK Lockdown
Bella Age 9
The virus and lockdown has been really stressful because I've missed stuff I have been looking forward to and I’ve not been able to see my friends. Homeschooling has been difficult because I've not had a teacher or my classmates there like normal. My Grandparents live in Norway and I worry I won't get to see them for a long time.
I've really struggled because I can't see my friends. I'm worried about not having the same teacher that I had last year. School will be different. Although I have still had some fun, I have missed my friends a lot. I've also been worried that people I know might get the virus, especially my Grandma.
Lana, Age 7
Joel, Age 6
The virus has made me sad that I can't see my friends. I really miss being at school and football club. I'll really miss my teacher and I'm worried school will be different when we go back. I've sometimes worried about people I know getting sick.
Jude Age 8
The virus made things different, but not all bad, like getting to stay home and having time with my brother and play online with my friends. But it did make me feel sad too because I know lots of people died. I wish I could have gone to see my Nana, but she lives in Spain so we haven’t been able to see her.