Ways to share
Schools and communities
Schools and community settings have a huge opportunity to make an impact on the healthy emotional growth and resilience of the young people that they work with. Taking a whole setting approach involves considering all interactions with young people, both formal and informal.
HeadStart Kent have taken the eight principles of the Public Health England’s ‘Promoting Children and Young People’s Emotional Heath and Wellbeing – a Whole School and College Approach‘ and created a free School Resilience Toolkit for all schools to use to create a comprehensive plan of activity that will not only benefit the students but the staff, families and wider community too.
Community organisations will also soon be able to develop their whole setting approach to wellbeing and resilience through the free Community Resilience Toolkit.
School Resilience Toolkit
Here is the free School Resilience Toolkit that will take schools through the steps to develop a whole school approach
Community Resilience Toolkit
Find out more about the Community Resilience Toolkit
Session plans, activities and resources to support schools and community settings
This area contains information and advice about what support is available during COVID-19
Click here for resilience conversation and self-reflection tools and guidance
Staff development and wellbeing
Find out more about training opportunities and wellbeing resources and guidance for staff
Draw Your Own Solution schools campaign page
Find out how Draw Your Own Solution helps schools and communities to support young people in building resilienceDraw your own Solution schools campaign page
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