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Resources for emotional wellbeing

Emotional wellbeing E-Learning

Extensive Emotional wellbeing e-learning is available to all professionals that work with children and young people


Informational Resource for Bucks Schools - Promoting Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

The resource is an aide for primary and secondary schools to take a comprehensive approach to promoting good mental health and emotional wellbeing as well as supporting those who suffer from or are at risk of developing mental health problems. This resource pulls together all in one place, nationally available evidence around a whole school approach to promoting mental health wellbeing that is complemented with local information on current initiatives, resources and support agencies.

Mental Health resource for Schools - promoting emotional health and wellbeing


Dealing with Prejudice-Related Incidents - Guidance for Schools

BCC Equalities Synopsis

Examples of Anti-bullying and Child Protection policies

Great Missenden Anti-bullying example

Great Missenden Child Protection example

Preventing Bullying in Schools – A Bucks report


Make time 4 Mental Health programme

The Make Time 4 Mental Health campaign asks every secondary school in England to take students through the Make Time 4 Mental Health programme. The programme is made up of 4 simple, scripted 10 minute sessions to deliver in assembly or form time and is free to download.

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Young Minds Tools and Toolkits

The Young Minds tools and toolkits are specifically designed to help professionals improve children and young people's mental health

Young Minds Tools and Toolkits


'You're never too young to talk mental health'

Several new, free resources from the Anna Freud Centre have been launched including a new booklet entitled 'Supporting mental health and wellbeing in schools' aimed at schools and the voluntary sector. Resources can be downloaded here


Know Before You Go

This an e-resource that is intended for Year 12-13 students, and the educators who support them, as they transition from school/college to university. This is a life-skills resource that helps to anticipate, identify and navigate situations encountered when entering higher education. It contains information on many topics including paying bills, study skills, housemate issues, and identity questions. Also embedded throughout the resource, is how to maintain good mental health and seek help as needed.

View the know before you go guide online.



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