On this page we have a general resources relating to mental health and wellbeing in educational settings. We will be continuing to add to these resources. If you have any useful resources you would like to share please let us know. We’re developing a specific collection of resources relating to children and young people returning to school and college. These include teaching resources, guidelines etc. You can find these on our Back to school and college page alongside government guidance relating to education
The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. Managing stress in today’s world– an explanation of what stress is, what can cause stress and the potential impact on mental wellbeing.
The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. Cancelled exams – there’s no right or wrong way to feel. This has been a difficult year for many, especially young people who were due to have taken GCSEs or A-Levels over the last couple of months. The uncertainty of the current situation will be affecting many young people’s mental health.
Free online children’s mental health training course developed from their work in schools, enhances professionals’ understanding of children’s mental health and introduces approaches that foster positive wellbeing in schools and communities. There are versions for teachers, student teachers and youth workers.
Mindfulness and staying present– explores how to use mindfulness in a practical day to day way, to stem the anxiety and reduce the tendency to become lost in a spiral of ‘what if’ scenarios that ramp up anxiety and impact negatively on mental health and wellbeing.