A range of booklets to support you in facilitating conversations with children and young people around mental health and wellbeing.
Booklets, activities, and posters have an important place in supporting learning in the key areas of mental health, trauma, loss, grief, and bereavement.
However, the key resource is obviously the adult working with the child/children and their skills, knowledge and understanding and values.
The Change Challenge
The aim of this booklet is to promote the importance of developing strategies to cope with change.
Back to school - Primary
The aim of this booklet is to explore key themes when returning to school: routine, relationships, feelings, and managing change.
This KS2 learning resource aims to deliver high quality, research informed lessons that could really make a difference to wellbeing, resilience, and understanding of challenging times; comes with accompanying teacher’s notes.
The RESPECT project undertook research exploring the lived experiences of racism and their impacts on children’s mental health and wellbeing. One of the outputs of this work was a book co-authored by 17 of the 9-11 year olds in the study - offering a way in for people to have conversations about racism.