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Wise Up: Can you get us to 10,000 signatures?
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Wise Up: last chance to sign our message to Theresa May

Dear supporter,

Last month, we emailed you about our new campaign, Wise Up, calling on the Government to make the wellbeing of students a priority.

9,000 signatures and counting

We asked you to sign our open letter to Theresa May, and so far the response has been incredible. Over 9,000 of you have signed the letter, including thousands of teaching professionals, mental health professionals, young people and parents. But we still need your help.

Add your voice

With the general election fast approaching it’s it’s more important than ever to make sure Theresa May, and the other party leaders, know how strongly people like you feel about transforming wellbeing in our schools.

We will be delivering the letter to 10 Downing Street to send the letter this evening, so if you haven’t signed it yet you only have three days left. The more people who sign it, the louder our voice – so sign your name today.

Mental health crisis in our classrooms

There is a mental health crisis in our classrooms, and we need urgent action. 
Everyone agrees, from teachers to young people, that the increasing focus on testing is having a negative effect on wellbeing. This has to change. 

Please sign our open letter to the Prime Minister, calling for urgent action to rebalance our education system. The more of us who sign it, the harder we are to ignore.
Thank you for your ongoing support,

Sarah Brennan OBE
Chief Executive

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