In a remarkable demonstration of resilience and compassion, grade 5 students at TIPS CBSE, Erode, have embarked on a journey to break the silence surrounding mental health. Through their recently concluded Mental Health Awareness Campaign on October 10th, World Mental Health Day, these young advocates have not only educated their peers but also ignited a powerful conversation that promises to transform the school community’s attitude towards mental well-being.
In a world where mental health is increasingly recognised as a critical concern, the students of TIPS took matters into their own hands, organising a campaign that reached the hearts and minds of all who participated. Grade 1 and 2 students celebrated this day as Green Day with a variety of engaging activities like Nature Connect, Green Table Talk, My Emotions, I Spy, and Go Green Rally.
Breaking the Silence” Mental Health Awareness Campaign at TIPS serves as a shining example of young people taking proactive steps to create a more compassionate and understanding environment. By promoting awareness, reducing stigma, and providing crucial resources, these students have undoubtedly left an indelible mark on their school and community, igniting a transformative conversation around mental health that will continue to inspire change for years to come.