For Students

Mental health to every home!

In honor of World Mental Health Day, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), together with the Republican Center for Mental Health, is organizing an online marathon of free psychological assistance.

On October 10th , from 11:00 to 16:00 on Facebook pages @rspckz and @UNICEFKazakhstan there will be a live broadcast with doctors of the highest qualification category in the specialties: psychiatry and psychology. Practicing psychologists, psychiatrists, narcologists and educational psychologists will answer all your questions.

Participation in the online marathon is free.  🙌🏼

You just need to go to our pages during the broadcast, ask questions in Kazakh or Russian and get the necessary information from experts 😊

You can also leave your questions in advance under this post or send them to us at kaz-media@unicef.org – we will definitely ask them live broadcast.

 

The project “Meet Me – It’s Me!”

Dear Guys!

Dear Parents!

Starting April 6, 2020, we are launching the project “Meet Me – It’s Me!”

In this project, we offer you personally, or perhaps together with your parents, to talk about your hobbies,  achievements, both creative and sporting, during distance learning, i.e. while you are all at home.

Perhaps you have learned how to cook deliciously, someone sat on the twine, someone learned to sing, play the guitar, read an interesting book, etc.

You should record a video (2-3 minutes) in which you talk about yourself and your hobby and send it to school2kost@gmail.com

The best projects will be posted on the school website in the gallery.

We start our project with a personal exhibition of a student of 7B class Isenova Dilnaz.

Recommendations for creating an attractive and safe selfie.

Before you pick up the phone and turn on the camera, decide what you need it for: you want to create a work of art that will inspire others, want to amuse your own pride and make sure you are cute, or present the result of your work on yourself to others.

Reminder “If you get into a difficult situation”

If you get in a difficult life situation, don’t desperate; fail in a panic or depression. Try to analyze your position with maximum clarity.

Guess who created this situation, if you, then, take responsibility.

Think, with whom you could talk frankly about the position in which you hit.

Don’t stay with the pain.

Try to contact an adult whose life experiences will help to evaluate and understand the situation.

Overcome your fear of parental anger. These are your native people, they do not cause you harm.

Believe that you can fix things; everything is in your hands.

It is important to know where and what assistance will be provided.

Family, school, your teacher, psychologist, social worker, medical officer, the Deputy of a Head master on educational work, Head master.