All Wales

Contact Information


01792 816600


About the Project

Bloom is the largest free UK-wide programme for 14–18-year-olds which focuses on supporting young people’s mental health resilience. Delivered in schools and colleges, Bloom equips young people with the tools and knowledge to maintain their mental health through life’s transitions, both now and in the future.

To create Bloom, we gathered insight from young people across the UK to build a programme that young people have told us they want and need. We created Bloom because we passionately believe in supporting young people by equipping them with the necessary tools to cope with life’s challenges.

Delivered bilingually in schools and colleges, we train designated teachers to support young people aged 14 – 18 to develop the tools and knowledge to maintain their mental health through life’s transitions such as changing friendship groups, moving to university or starting employment.

Resources for parents and carers are also available to help facilitate ongoing discussions around the Bloom programme, focused on young people using their strengths and encourages them to employ tools and strategies to build their resilience.

At the beginning of the programme, our dedicated Training Associates will train teachers in the content of Bloom. In the following six sessions we will work closely with those teachers to co-deliver Bloom in 1-hour workshops. Once Bloom has come to an end, we will remain in regular contact with your designated teachers to ensure they have the right resources and support to continue delivering Bloom to more students – and ultimately grow its impact within your school / college.

Eligibility / Referral Process

Delivered bilingually in all schools and colleges, to support children and young people aged 14 -18 years old.