Youth Mark Organisations
Please find below those organisations who have been awarded the Youth MHFA Mark of Excellence and in doing so have demonstrated their continuing commitment to the emotional and mental health of their young people and
staff as well as exemplary joint working with community stakeholders and partners.
Chaucer Technology College, Canterbury, Kent.
Photo is, from left to right:
Lisa Bramwell, Chris Morgan, Sue Wood, Claire Cairns, Anne Morris, Nick Coulter, Tanya Roots and Becky Wratten
The Coopers' Company and Coborn School, Upminster, Essex.
The Coopers Company and Coborn School, Upminster, Havering, is set to become one of the first schools to receive MHFA England's Quality Mark of Excellence.
HUBB, MHFA England, Havering Local Government and Coppers Coborn School collaborated to bring this project to fruition.
The school have trained up 6 of their staff to become Youth Mental Health First Aiders, along with 6 other members of the community. This includes representatives from the London Borough of Havering 14-19 Commissioning, Connexions, Bower Park School and ARC Pupil Referral Unit.