YoungMinds survey about mental health in schools


If you think schools and colleges are important in your wellbeing, and the wellbeing of other young people, take a look at this opportunity.

What is this about?

YoungMinds are holding a survey for young people aged 11-18 about your experiences of education and mental health. It’s an online survey, so something you can do from home on a laptop/computer or on the go from your mobile.

As young people who are passionate about youth mental health, we’d really like you to take part!

The information collected from this survey will be used as part of an inquiry in Parliament being held by the Health and Education Select Committees. The inquiry is asking two key questions about schools and colleges:

  1. How important is the role of schools and colleges in teaching young people about their mental health? 
  2. How important is the role of schools and colleges in preventing mental health problems from happening in young people’s lives?

This survey will help the Health and Education Select Committees answer these questions. It will help the Committees understand what is and isn’t working well for you, and what could be made better in the future.

What can I do?

If you’d like to take part, you can access the survey online here: