Bell Let’s Talk Day is TODAY – January 25, 2023! Today Bell will donate 5 cents to mental health initiatives for every text, mobile and long distance call by Bell customers, tweet using #BellLetsTalk, social media video view, or use of the Facebook frame or Snapchat filter. Today, let’s help make these actions count!!
Here is what you need to know:
More than 1 in 2 people struggling with their mental health aren’t getting the help they need.
1 in 4 Canadians have been experiencing high levels of anxiety.
More than 200 Canadiens will attempt suicide everyday; twelve will die.
The number of opioid overdose deaths in Canada went up more than 90% during the pandemic. It’s now 20 per day.
Together, the students and staff of SACRED HEART can help create positive change for people living with mental illness. Because when it comes to mental health, every action counts.
Remember that if you need someone to talk to, your teachers, guidance counsellors, chaplains, vice-principals, and principal are here to listen.
To learn more about Bell Let’s Talk Day, visit their website.
Is this your initial reaction when you are told that it is time to prepare for exams? Does the thought of studying and writing exams make you super anxious?
Fear not!! Here are some exam preparation tips, tricks, and resources to help you succeed on your exams this month and succeed confidently.
Exam Prep Tips
SQ4R Study Strategy
Tips for Writing Your Exams
The Forgetting Curve
Research has shown that when you study or review material it is natural for us to forget over time. However, with spaced repetition and review, we will forget what we learned less and less.
Remember to Get Enough Sleep
In today’s busy world and as your schedules fill up with multiple activities, I feel that sleep isn’t overrated enough. We all seem to downplay the amount of sleep we get on a regular basis and brag about how little sleep we actually do get. However, when it comes down to exams, it is so important that you get enough sleep the night before and avoid cramming if you want to perform successfully. This is why it is so important to start studying for your exams earlier, so that you don’t have to pull ‘all-nighters’ the night before.
So, why is sleep so important?
Watch this TED Ed Talk about how sleep helps you to recall and remember information.