Health Day Sessions from the Student Leadership Team - Bangkok Prep

Health Day Sessions from the Student Leadership Team

On Monday 6th February our Student Leadership Team delivered seminar style sessions to our Key Stage 4 and 5 students on four different areas of health. The idea was sparked by our Head Girl, Frances B, before the Christmas break and our Student Service Team were then tasked with planning the sessions with help from the rest of the Student Leadership Team. With children’s mental health week this week, the initiative was perfectly timed to raise awareness and educate our students on key areas of health that are contextually relevant.

Students chose two 25 minute sessions to attend within the hour. There were over 400 students in 24 sessions and locations around school. Quite the logistical headache for our student leadership team to contend with and plan for. A special note should go to Krishna C, one of our Y13 Student Service Prefects, who took on a huge leadership role for this project and was able to successfully coordinate the leaders in planning, delivering and organising the sessions.

Below is a breakdown of the different sessions that were delivered by our student leadership team.

Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is the use of a drug in amounts or methods which are harmful to the individual. In this session, students learned about the different types of substance abuse, including prescription drug abuse, illegal drug abuse, alcohol abuse, and solvent abuse. Students also discussed the possible physical and behavioural signs one may show if they have a substance use disorder, dangers of substance abuse, and different recovery processes.

Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety and depression are psychological disorders that can result from a combination of biological and environmental factors, including lack of sleep, traumatic experiences, stress, and insomnia. During a recent session, students were educated about the effects of anxiety and how to seek help for recovery. They also learned about depression, including the various types and causes, and how to identify key symptoms to determine if they or someone they know may be suffering from it.


During the session, students learned valuable strategies for managing stress in both their academic and personal lives. Experienced student leaders shared insights based on research and their own experiences, covering topics such as coping with IGCSE and A-Level exam stress, and maintaining healthy personal relationships. The sessions were all interactive and engaging, incorporating discussions, charades, and quizzes to help the students understand the various topics presented.

Vaping and Smoking

Although illegal in Thailand since 2014, vaping has become a growing trend amongst teenagers. This session aimed to educate students about vapes and cigarettes and their negative side-effects. Students also learned about the differences between the two, possible reasons why one may decide to smoke, and the variety of tools available to help people eliminate their addiction and recover from withdrawal symptoms.

Quotes from Frances and Krishna about the day:

“The student leadership team demonstrated impressive teamwork in delivering such impactful sessions despite a tight deadline. Their presentations were informative, demonstrating their dedication. I look forward to seeing more student involvement like this in the near future, where we can create even more sessions for younger students in the school.” – Frances B 13SD

“As student service prefect, I, Krishna, had the role to help with organising the health day sessions. Although doing this required hard work and dedication, it was very rewarding to see the engagement students had with these sessions. I would also like to say a huge thank you to the student leadership team for designing and creating the lesson plans in such a short time span.” – Krishna C 13NA


A huge thank you and well done to our Student Leadership Team for planning and delivering the sessions and taking such a proactive approach to educating our student body. Special note should also go to our events team who ensured the event ran smoothly.


Mr. Hurworth

Deputy Head of Secondary School


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