Exam Destress

Examination period can be an extremely stressful time, and it is important that you are looking after yourself.

We have created this page as a hub for advice, support and activities to help you manage your wellbeing during your exams. Simple tips such as making sure you are taking regular breaks or giving yourself some recovery time between exams can make a huge difference. If you need to talk to someone about your exams, please contact the Advice Centre who can provide free, confidential and impartial advice.

No exams? Not a problem, these events are there for everyone! #headspace

Headspace Area

In the library cafe, students can relax and unwind with colouring, games and light reading from our Lifestyle collection.

Exercise bikes in the library

Christ Church Sports bringing in exercise bikes in the library to encourage students to be more active and stress less. The bikes will be coming to the library after May 9th.

Headspace Calendar

Christ Church Sports bringing in exercise bikes in the library to encourage students to be more active and stress less. The bikes will be coming to the library during April and stay for the duration of 24/7 opening.
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Short Relaxation Sessions

Kim Diaper from the University of Kent Student Wellbeing Services (Medway) is offering extra short 15 minute relaxation sessions in the library during May.
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Mental Health Evening Drop-ins

Throughout May there are Mental Health Evening Drop-ins available in the library every Tuesday from 6-9pm run by Kate Craib (Student Wellbeing Services Coordinator (Mental Health, University of Greenwich) offering confidential support.

Chill & Chat with Lynne

Chill & Chat with your Campus Chaplain Lynne Martin. Unwind with sweets and chocolate, colouring and games, exam tips and more.
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Wellbeing Services at Kent

The Wellbeing team offers free support to all enrolled students experiencing distress arising from psychological, emotional or mental health issues.
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