Year 11 pupils suggest changes  to national  CAMHS website

By Gemma Lowe 02 February 2018 Senior School News, PSHE

We were delighted to welcome guests from CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) into school this week to speak to some of our Year 11 pupils as part of their PSHCE lessons.

Abbie and Rhiannon are case workers for Lincolnshire CAMHS; as part of their ongoing work to ensure that the service CAMHS provides to young people is accessible and valuable, they were keen to seek the views of our pupils as to the usability of the CAMHS website.

Our pupils offered their thoughts on the layout, content and visual impact of the website in its current form and came to the conclusion that it needs jazzing up!

So, with Abbie and Rhiannon supporting them, the pupils came up with a number of suggestions as to what could be done to improve the website through considering the needs of young people.

The suggestions they made will be collated by Abbie and Rhiannon and will be used to inform CAMHS at a national level as they begin work on improving their website.

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