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Mental health and wellbeing calendar: spring term 2021
A calendar of curriculum themes and occasions linked to mental health for the 2021 spring term, with activity ideas and suggestions for each theme.
Mental health awareness days - a 2021 guide for schools
Keep abreast of all of the mental health awareness days taking place in 2021, to ensure you can highlight them in your school.
Mental health and wellbeing calendar: autumn term 2020
A calendar of curriculum themes and occasions linked to mental health for the 2020 autumn term, with activity ideas and suggestions for each theme.
Mental health and wellbeing calendar: summer term 2021
A calendar of curriculum themes and occasions linked to mental health for the 2021 summer term, with activity ideas and suggestions for each theme.
What schools and further education settings can do
Guidance for primary schools, secondary schools and further education settings on supporting anxious pupils.
Looking back and planning ahead toolkit
We’ve put together this toolkit to help you and your pupils reflect on 2020, and manage any end-of-term anxieties. We’re also sharing some resources to support the wellbeing of staff and parents and carers during this time.
Wellbeing advent calendar
For five minutes each day, get your class to try one of these activities in this wellbeing advent calendar as you count down to the end of Autumn term.
Increasing self-confidence and self-awareness
Simple exercises you can introduce to your class to encourage their confidence and acceptance, including: daily positive reflection, self-praise, visualisation and affirmations. Includes a teacher video and resource.
Kidscape log - helping children record bullying incidents
Parents and pupils can use this template to share with the school anything that has happened in school, on the way to and from school, or online, that is making pupils feel sad or scared. The log will help to make sure that each bullying incident is recorded.
Shout Crisis Textline
If you’re experiencing a personal crisis, are unable to cope and need support, text "Shout" to 85258. It's free and available 24/7.