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Secondary School

Secondary school

Walk in My Shoes has gone from strength to strength since its establishment, and this growth is in no small part due to the phenomenal support we have received from secondary schools all over Ireland

Secondary school

Since Walk in My Shoes was first established in 2012, thousands of students and teachers have dedicated their time to learn more about mental health, raise mental health awareness and foster an ethos of positive mental health

Walk in My Shoes provides secondary school teachers across the country with free resources and ideas of how they can bring wellness and mental health into their classroom. We also run various initiatives and events throughout the year where teachers can receive mental health training, showcase what their schools are doing to promote mental health and get ideas from other schools across the country.

Details of how to get involved and all of our upcoming activity is available below. 

Ways to get involved with Walk in My Shoes

There are lots of ways to get involved with Walk in My Shoes. Visit our campaigns and events page below for full details of all of the initiatives we run throughout the year. From film competitions to Transition Year work experience… there is something for everyone.

Ways to get involved with Walk in My Shoes

Throughout the year, schools can get involved in: 

  • Mission Possible School Achievement Awards
  • Frame of Mind Short Film Competition
  • Transition Year Programme
  • Mind Your Selfie Day
  • WIMS Radio

We also have a number of free classroom resources available for download and use in the classroom. They can be used as a way to start a very important conversation around mental health and wellbeing and to begin educating children from a young age about this critical topic.

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