A day in support of mental health awareness

Very much welcomed during this busy time of year, Trinity College School’s Senior School students enjoyed a "slow start" non-uniform day on Tuesday, January 24th with chapel at 10:00 a.m. and first classes starting at 10:30 a.m. Dressed in their comfiest clothes, students got cozy during Flex period with hot chocolate and donuts, with many taking the time to share their thoughts in support of mental health awareness and taking care of each other.

The following day, the Trinity Students for Social Justice (TSSJ) group hosted an online art exhibition featuring works submitted by members of the TCS community. The goal was to increase mental health awareness as expressed through artistic creations.

The School’s student support department reminds any student, who is not feeling themselves, to reach out to one of the many support services on campus – such as a guidance counsellor, school counsellor, the chaplain or health centre – or to a trusted adult in the community, whether someone in their Circle of Care or any teacher, coach, advisor or head of house.