Outdoor wellbeing space created BY students FOR students

Students at West Lothian College have created an outdoor wellbeing space on the campus by repurposing a former smoking area. The college went smoke and vape free last summer, leaving a number of shelters out of use and in danger of becoming an eyesore. Health and social care students needed to complete an enterprise unitContinue reading “Outdoor wellbeing space created BY students FOR students”

Life-changing and life-saving — a whole college approach to student wellbeing

Long before the pandemic, increasing numbers of college students were experiencing poor mental health. This increased due to the disruption to learning, forced social isolation, financial problems and uncertainty caused by Covid19. Additional funding from the Scottish Funding Council is welcome and has helped colleges support student wellbeing. With this, we’ve given greater financial supportContinue reading “Life-changing and life-saving — a whole college approach to student wellbeing”