Crossways has been in the news recently. Here are some highlights:
BBC South East Today TV 25th May 2018
We were fortunate to be chosen by the news team at the BBC in Tunbridge Wells to film one of our Year 6 School Training sessions. Chris and Sara delivered a fun-filled lesson about 'coping with stress' with lots of interaction with the pupils. It was very well received and the reporter, Lauren Moss also interviewed Mrs Mallon, the Head Teacher, some pupils and a parent. Crossways runs these schools training sessions to prepare children at both primary and secondary schools for situations which can lead to mental illness later in life.
Times of Tunbridge Wells, 25th April 2018
Times of Tunbridge Wells, 28th March 2018
Times of Tunbridge Wells, 7th February 2018
Times of Tunbridge Wells, 31st January 2018
After last week's visit from The Countess of Wessex, (see our news page for more photos and an account of the day) The Times of Tunbridge Wells has featured Her Royal Highness's visit on their front page. As well as showcasing some great photos, The Times have done a great write-up on what was a wonderful day for Crossways Community.
The online copy can be read here:
8th July: Chris Munday's blog on his change of career appears on the ACEVO website. ACEVO is the UK's leading networking site for charity and social enterprise leaders. To read the entire piece go to https://acevoblogs.wordpress.com/2016/07/08/would-i-recommend-it-to-anyone-else-considering-a-career-change-of-course/
18th May 2016: During Mental Health Awareness Week Crossways and Fegans write in the Times of Tunbridge Wells (pages 22-3) about the potential impact of the Government's proposed longer school day on pupils' mental health.
May 2016: Crossways Community and Fegans are mentioned in an article on page 85 (education section) of Index Magazine about Mental Health Awareness Week (16-22 May).
7th October 2015: The piece about our three gold awards at the Tunbridge Wells in Bloom Awards appeared on the Care Choices website. Click here to read the piece on the website.
30th September 2015: Chris was one of several people asked by The Times of Tunbridge Wells for his opinion about a recent happiness survey. You can read the article online on page 2.
30th September 2015: Chris responded to concerns about student mental health aired by the headmistress of a local secondary school and this was published on page 19 of the Times of Tunbridge Wells.
Crossways Provides Mental Health Training for Schools. If you know a primary or secondary school in West Kent which could benefit please email our CEO.
Press Coverage - January & February 2018
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