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World Mental Health Day at BBIS

 What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” 

                                                                                                                                                     Glenn Close

During these unprecedented times of global pandemic, the young learners are susceptible to emotional dishevel. Today, out of all times we need to understand the importance of mental well-being along with physical well-being.  Consequentially, World Mental Health Day was marked and celebrated in the school. Students of classes III to VIII had an engaging story telling activity followed by interactive discussions and explanation of varied aspects of mental health. There also was slogan writing and poster making. Students of classes IX onwards discussed the significance of mental health with their teacher and also viewed a PPT made on the subject. Teachers explained the significance of Hope, Hearing and Healing; all in all, it was all about making mental health a priority.