The self-reflection tool has been designed to encourage young people to think about their own areas of resilience. It consists of a range of questions, for which young people can respond: Usually, Sometimes, Rarely and Not Sure.
This tool can be used at any time. Schools who have used the self-reflection tool have said that it can work well during form time – with the whole form completing a self-reflection at the start and beginning of term, enabling tutors to see how a student is progressing.
Staff have used this tool to help a young person collect their thoughts following an incident, or have used it as a springboard to then have a more in-depth resilience conversation together.