Greater Manchester mental health universal resources
The Greater Manchester mental health in education standards have been co-designed by a group of experts involved in various aspects of mental health in education. They’ve been tested in two Greater Manchester localities (Salford and Oldham) and by the Association of Colleges. They have been reviewed in light of COVID-19, clinically quality assured by the Greater Manchester resilience hub and have been aligned to both the Ofsted framework and the i-THRIVE Framework,
We developed four resource packs in support of early years, primary, secondary and further education colleges for the initial return to school after lockdown. These include resources aimed towards children and young people and staff including in SEND settings. A Greater Manchester led consultation with children and young people about their anxieties led to the development of a series of short films for children and young people
New mental health and wellbeing resource packs were developed in December 2021 and updated in March 2021 to include our expanded digital support offer.
- Mental health and wellbeing resource pack for primary schools V1.3 April 2022
- Mental health and wellbeing resource pack for early years Version 1.2 April 2022
- Mental health and wellbeing resource pack for secondary schools V1.3 April 2022
- Mental health and wellbeing resource pack for colleges Version 1.3 April 2022