Peer Education Project (PEP)


The Peer Education Project is a secondary school-based, educational programme that aims to give young people the skills and knowledge they need to safeguard their mental health, and that of their peers.

The Mental Health Foundation believes that there is a basic level of knowledge and skill that everyone needs around their own mental health. By teaching every pupil about mental health, they hope that they will be equipped to meet the challenges they and their friends will encounter in life.

You can watch their video to learn more about this initiative:

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