Wellbeing Week

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A celebration of all things wellbeing.

Throughout the week there will be a variety of activities happening for staff and students, from a movie evening and pickleball sessions to an introduction to meditation, a volunteering fayre and financial wellbeing workshops.

Calendar of events

Activities available throughout Wellbeing Week

In addition to the full programme of Wellbeing events listed below, there are lots of drop-in activities, resources and spaces around campus and online to help you unwind and relax. 

Library wellbeing space

Refresh and relax in the library wellbeing space. The area is equipped for mindfulness, quietly relaxing, or browsing the many wellbeing resources available. The wellbeing space is located on level 2 of the library where you can enjoy the views of our beautiful campus. See library opening hours

Library blankets

Stay cosy. Come to the library and borrow one of our blankets. 

Library jigsaw

Take a break and help us complete our jigsaw. Located on level 2 of the library and available during library opening hours

The library book swap

Reading for just 6 minutes can help reduce your stress levels. Pop into the library to bring a book and take a book from our book swap bookcase. A book swap is also a great way to save money, recycle old books and read new ones. The book swap is located in the library wellbeing space on level 2 and available during library opening hours.

Virtual library wellbeing space

Take a break to relax and refresh in our Virtual Library Wellbeing Space. Download one of our colouring sheets or complete one of our virtual jigsaws. 

Loch View

The Loch View Wellbeing Suite allows you to decompress and hit pause on the day-to-day hustle.

You can find the suite in Cottrell Building room 2A1, beside the Queens Court entrance. All students, undergraduate and postgraduate, are welcome. Drop-in anytime from 9:30 to 16:30, Monday to Friday.

Student mental health SharePoint

Check out our student mental health SharePoint site for all things mental health. Expect to find tips on how to look after your mental health and how you can access support. 

Peppy resources for staff

Our staff Peppy app helps you take control of your health by connecting you to trusted information and real, human experts for free, personalised and confidential support.  Peppy run a range of events which cover Men's Health, Menopause, general health and wellbeing. These are available to all staff and their partners via the booking tab within the Peppy App.

Employee Assistance Programme

The University's Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is provided by Innovate Healthcare and delivered by their EAP partner CiC. The service offers free, confidential advice and emotional, psychological and practical help, for a wide range of personal and work-related issues.