Wise Up: Change the law to end the mental health crisis in our classrooms

UPDATE: This action is now closed because the MPs have now all chosen their Bills. You can still support the campaign and recieve email updates by filling in this form: https://act.youngminds.org.uk/wise-up 


Last week, hundreds of you emailed your MPs asking them to consider championing a Wellbeing in Schools Bill if they were selected in the Private Member's Bill Ballot. 

The MPs selected in the Ballot who are considering working with us on the Bill are: 

Steve Reed (Croydon North)
Afzal Khan (Manchester Gorton)
Tim Loughton (Conservative, East Worthing and Shoreham)
Geoffrey Robinson (Labour, Coventry North West)
Kevin Hollinrake (Conservative, Thirsk and Malton)
Jim McMahon (Labour Co-Op, Oldham West and Royton)
Sir Greg Knight (Conservative, East Yorkshire)
Esther McVey (Conservative, Tatton)
Dr Sarah Wollaston (Conservative, Totnes)
Stephanie Peacock (Labour, Barnsley East)

If you live in any of the areas above, your MP has the chance to change the law to end the mental health crisis is on our classrooms. 

We are asking the selected MPs to take on our Wellbeing in Schools Bill 2017 which would change the education system to make the wellbeing of students a priority. But we need your help. 

MPs are under a lot of pressure to choose lots of different Bills. If your MP knows that this is very important to you, their constituent, they will be more likely to support our Bill. So please send a message to your MP using the form on this page. It only takes a couple of minutes, and it could make all the difference.

To make it easy, we've already written an email for you – you’ll see it after you fill in your contact details. But we would encourage you to edit the message yourself if you have time to. In fact, the more personal you make it, the more likely your MP will take notice.