Mentally Healthy Schools expands free resources to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
The Mentally Healthy Schools website now provides schools with resources and information to address the curriculum in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales as part of a drive to meet the needs of all primary school children across the UK. The site has a resource library with an extensive collection of lesson plans, classroom activities, assembly plans and information. All resources are quality assured so that schools can use them, confident in the knowledge that they have been checked by mental health experts.———————————————————————–
COVID 19 Resources
Supporting children and young people as they settle back into education
The Co-SPACE team have put together a 1-page document summarising some ideas on how parents/carers can support children and young people as they settle back into school and other forms of education. Share how your family is coping during these uncertain times by taking part in the Co-SPACE survey.
Staying Connected: what people are doing to stay well
A report from the Scottish Recovery Network highlights the importance of third sector community focused support across Scotland during Covid-19.
TeenCovidLife survey findings
A report on the TeenCovidLife Survey looks at the health and well-being of 5,548 Scottish young people aged 12 - 17 years in lockdown.
The Mental Health Foundation brought together a youth panel of volunteers living with long term health conditions during the Covid-19 pandemic. These campaign materials developed by the panel show what life has been like for young people with a long term health condition.