Other resources

Here you will find a number of books and other resources which can be used to open up a dialogue on mental health and wellbeing; focus on specific risk factors that undermine children’s mental health (e.g. family life and breakdown, loss, ups and downs, being in care); and explore the experiences of children who may have mental health needs.

They can be appropriate in a whole-class setting, using questions to draw out learning points, or as a recommendation for parents who are concerned about their child. Some are also suitable for children to read themselves, with follow up discussions with staff.

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Jigsaw

Jigsaw

Bringing together PSHE education, emotional literacy, social skills and spiritual development,...

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Digital safety – Smartie the Penguin

Digital safety – Smartie the Penguin

The Adventures of Smartie the Penguin is a collection of three stories, differentiated by age, aimed...

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Olweus Bullying Prevention Programme

Olweus Bullying Prevention Programme

Violence Prevention Works! Is the home of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP), the world’s...

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  • Violence Prevention Works!

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Going for Goals!

Going for Goals!

Centred on developing children’s knowledge, understanding and skills in four key social and...

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  • Former government initiative

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CUES-Ed programme

CUES-Ed programme

A universal early intervention CBT programme for primary school children designed to promote...

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Books featuring characters with a disability

Books featuring characters with a disability

Access to a range of free storybooks, in downloadable pdf format, which feature disabled characters...

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Fun Friends

Fun Friends

The programme uses by using fun, play-based group activities to teach skills that will nurture a...

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Book Club

Book Club

Charlie Waller Memorial Trust host a book club in liaison with Jessica Kingsley Publishers. School...

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  • Charlie Waller Memorial Trust & Jessica Kingsley

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