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.
Self-harm: What Young People Say
There are lots of myths and misconceptions surrounding self-harm. Hear's what young people say about their own experiences.
Preparing Your Pupils For The Summer Holidays
Some pupils may be nervous about school breaking up for summer and the lack of routine this provides. Explore these cheap and easy activity ideas with your class.
10 Ways To Celebrate The Year
Whether it was a breakthrough with a student or finding a new way to plan your lessons, big or small, it’s important to celebrate. Here are some tips for school staff.
Celebrating Achievements Lesson Plan
Asking children to look back over the year can help them to see just how far they've come. This lesson plan will help them value achievements and explore how they cope and find support.
Why A Whole School Approach Is Important
We believe that a whole school approach is essential in building a resilient community. This resource will help you find out what you can do, both large and small, to build resilience and look after the wellbeing of your pupils and staff.
Responding To Self-Harm Guide
It can be difficult to know how to support a young person who is self-harming. We’ve provided simple guidance for taking those first steps – your support can be lifechanging.
Responding To Self-Harm Video
Professionals have told us just how difficult dealing with self-harm is. This video shares the experiences of professionals and how they listened and provided support to the young people they work with.
Finding Your Balance Activity
This simple exercise is for children of any age and is particularly useful at the beginning of the day. It allows children time to breathe, relax, wobble and giggle!