We have created a digest of some of the best resources for schools on Mental Health and Wellbeing. This includes the NHS and leading charities, like Young Minds and the Charlie Waller Trust.
cbt4schools | Printable resources to support mental health and changing patterns in children and young people to effect positive change.
Creative Education | Practical, engaging online video courses empowering everyone who works with or cares for children to help them develop their skills.
Activity Alliance | Resources to support disabled people to be active at home.
The Youth Sport Trust | A range of resources about sport, and how to support the mental and physical well-being of students.
Open Minds | Provides bespoke tools and sessions to manage emotions, encourage positive thinking and develop a healthy mindset.
Young Minds | Tools for young people to look after their mental health and empower adults to be the best support they can be to the young people in their lives.
Charlie Waller Trust | Information and resources for mental health and well-being, adolescent psychology, childhood anxiety and depression.
Sunrise Psychology | A bespoke educational psychology service to schools in the South West providing mindfulness courses, therapeutic interventions and staff training.
Psychology Associates | A multidisciplinary practice that provides bespoke training, conferences www.psychologyassociates.org.uk/services-to-education/and support and also access to the Adoption Support Fund.
PSHE Association | PSHE educational lesson materials and planning tools for Association Members and free guidance documents, podcasts and articles for Non-Members.
Able Futures | Mental Health support for employees and apprentices. Employers and apprentice providers can also use the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service.
Education Support | The only UK charity dedicated to supporting the mental health and well-being of education staff in schools, colleges and universities.
Talkworks | A free confidential, NHS talking therapy service, part of IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies), for adults in Devon (excluding Plymouth).
Support during the Coronavirus Pandemic
Anna Freud National Centre for Families and Children | Support and advice for young people, parents, schools and colleges, and mental health workers.
Mindheart #COVIBOOK | A book by author Manuela Molina for families to use to support and reassure children under the age of seven to help discuss the range of emotions triggered by the Covid-19 situation.
Public Health England | Information for children to help them understand about Coronavirus, the importance of hand washing and how to help stop the virus spreading.
Podcasts | Support During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Recovery Curriculum | Barry Carpenter CBE, OBE is the UK’s first Professor in Mental Health in Education at Oxford Brookes University and Honorary Professor at universities in Ireland, Germany and Australia. Awarded an OBE and CBE for services to children with Special Needs, he is included in “Who’s Who” in acknowledgement of his national and international contribution to the field of Special Education.
Government Websites | Support During the Coronavirus Pandemic