Resources and materials for teachers and school staff to build their skills and make mental health and wellbeing a core, rewarding part of their job.
Wellbeing Advent Calendar
Countdown to the Christmas holidays by teaching pupils how to look after their mental health. Quick daily activities you can do as a class, or that can be done independently as they come in from lunch!
How Many Positives Activity Sheet
This printable worksheet encourages pupils to finish the sentences ‘I am, I can, I have’, which will help them to talk about positive features in themselves.
What To Look Out For In Your Pupils
You may not be able to change the issues in a child's life, but acknowledging why they might be feeling a certain way and finding ways to show you care is a good start for children who are struggling.
Find Your Feet: Identifying Support Networks Activity
This 30-minute activity - suitable for both primary and secondary school students - is a great way to get young people thinking about the people around them who can support them.
Hope Clouds Activity
This activity fits well with the beginning of the new academic year and is a good way to encourage staff and pupils to think about their aspirations, especially in relation to mental health and wellbeing.
#HelloYellow Primary Lesson Plan
Use this #HelloYellow lesson plan to help your class to think of positive mental health messages that they give and receive.
#HelloYellow Secondary Lesson Plan
Use this #HelloYellow lesson plan to help your class to clarify what we mean by mental health, how we can identify support and how we can look after ourselves.
Find Your Feet: Transitions Activity for Year 6 Pupils
Download our classroom activities to help your Year 6 pupils transition to Year 7.