People who are kind and compassionate see clear benefits to their wellbeing and happiness. They may even live longer. Kindness can also help reduce stress and improve our emotional wellbeing. We have some tips and suggestions for doing something kind for a friend or stranger today in our ‘Kindness Matters Guide’
Get Set to Eat Fresh
Looking for ways to support your students with simple and engaging activities for home and in school?
Created in partnership with Team GB and Aldi, Get Set to Eat Fresh offers free resources for 5-14s for food tech, geography, science and PSHE.
Explore our free curriculum-linked resource library aimed at developing cooking skills, knowledge of nutrition and healthy habits, including our new Home Learning Hub.
Register now to get started with our flexible resources such as our brand new Worlds of Food activities
Kindness Matters guide
You may recognise the expression “it is better to give than receive”, but did you know this is backed up by research?
10 Days of Happiness - free online coaching program for challenging times
Boost your wellbeing during the crisis
The Covid-19 pandemic brings big challenges for our mental health, whether you're isolating at home or trying to live with the new restrictions. This program can help you cope and find a little more happiness in these crazy times.
The Young Minds Matters team have created a set of Wellbeing packs to support children, young people and parents around some specific issues they may be struggling with during the Covid-19 period. They also include packs to help teachers around how they can support the children and young people they are working with. Click here to view the resources available.
Is someone you love very ill?
Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning
Welcome to Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning. This is an umbrella organisation for Gloucestershire Healthy Schools and Gloucestershire Healthy FE (Further Education).
GHLL was launched in July 2012 for schools and colleges across Gloucestershire, supported by Leading Teachers.
Funding is through Public Health and by Gloucestershire County Council. Schools and colleges are offered this supported intervention at no cost.
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