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This page is to provide links to resources for schools to support mental health and wellbeing.  If you would like to recommend a link to be added contact: Heloise.taylor-hutch@tameside.gov.uk
 

Local Resources

Wellbeing Return to Education – Training Programme
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership – Back to School Resources
Neighbourhood CYP Emotional Wellbeing & Mental Health Offer Back to School​
Mental Health Advice for Professionals working with Children & Young People in Tameside & Glossop
Manchester Camerata Key Stage 2 Music and Health Resource
Wellbeing Wallet
This resource is designed to help you explore and improve emotional health & wellbeing through the arts
(Please note these files are password protected and available for Tameside Schools. For access please contact heloise.taylor-hutch@tameside.gov.uk)
Healthy Young Minds from Pennine Care - Apps, external links, guides and videos for anyone working with young people
Tameside’s Emotionally Healthy Schools Programmes Principles Poster
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership COVID 19 Mental Health & Wellbeing Resources
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership Bereavement Service
Summer programme from 42nd Street and the Horsfall 2020
Reading well scheme - a guide of self-help books to recommend to young people
Self-help resources from Kooth, 42nd Street & Silver Cloud. For more information about all the: self help resources
Top Tips for Parents with Children returning to school in September
Top Tips for Parents with Children returning to EY settings in September
Top Tips for Parents with Children returning to school in September
Top Tips for Parents with Children returning to EY settings in September
Top Tops for School Leaders around Emotional Wellbeing Final
Guidance for Educational Settings on Supporting Those Bereaved During Covid-19 - Salford and Tameside Educational Psychology Service

Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership – films to reassure children & young people and their families & carers about precautions being taken and showing them how the new normal looks.   Primary School    Secondary School   Further Education and a document summarising children and young people’s concerns as a PDF

National Resources

School Zone from Public Health England includes What to Do about Worry – Yr 6 lesson plan and a Transition to Secondary School lesson plan
PSHE association - guidance on teaching about mental health and wellbeing
I’ve Been There – programme from the BBC about Connor Ball, bassist of boyband The Vamps opening up about his own mental health to help others with their own anxiety.
Mental Health Foundation - pack of 5 ways your school can promote good mental health
Mentally Healthy Schools - Information, advice and resources for primary schools to support understanding and promotion of children’s mental health and wellbeing
National Children’s Bureau - Forums and resources supporting wellbeing and mental health in schools
Anxiety UK - resources for parents and schools
Minded - Free educational resource on children and young people’s mental health
Time to Change - Resources for teachers, students and school leaders to promote learning about mental health Reading well scheme - a guide of self-help books to recommend to young people
School Wellbeing Resources - many free, to support school wellbeing
Anna Freud Organisation - Booklets and animations developed for schools to promote mental wellbeing
Primary self care pack from Anna Freud
Secondary self care pack from Anna Freud
Alzheimer’s Society – activity toolkit to help children and young people learn about dementia and how they can take action to support people affected by dementia

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