Guidance for professionals in Gloucestershire working with young people with mental health or emotional wellbeing concerns
Educational resources, national and local lesson plans and PinK curriculum resources about mental health topics.
Time to Change is England's biggest ever attempt to end the stigma and discrimination that faces people with mental health problems. Their website includes lesson plans and information for professionals to use with young people.
NICE has developed a range of online learning resources in collaboration with partners and has identified a range of additional tools to support the implementation of NICE guidance. This includes Children’s Attachment which is aimed at professionals working with children who are in care or on the edge of care.
MindEd provides free educational resources containing advice, guidance and information on managing a wide range of mental health issues in children and teens.
This pack contains factual information, case studies, a book list with suggested reading as well as other avenues for guidance, support and advice. It aims to promote greater understanding of grief, highlight the importance of listening and also some templates for sharing information. Below are two links for charities that provide more information as well as some lesson plans from the Child Bereavement Trust.
PinK Curriculum Resources
Local lesson plans
5 ways to wellbeing
One Act of Kindness Shared (OAKS)
- Emotions cards
- Emotions discussion sheet
- Emotional health lesson plan (year 8)
- Emotional health lesson
- Emotional health task
- Emotional Health Lesson (year 8)
- Mental health quiz
- Myths about emotional health
- Myths about emotional health (answers)
- The importance of being mentally healthy