This online children’s mental health training course is developed from work in schools, enhances professionals’ understanding of children’s mental health and introduces approaches that foster positive wellbeing in schools and communities.
The course free to qualified teachers and school-based staff in the UK.
This months Joyful June Calendar has daily actions for June 2020 to help us look for what’s good even in difficult times!
Contains a host of information and signposting for staff, public and local organisations on:
- Key Messages on eating well and COVID-19
- Information and support to access food in your area
- Community Food Toolkit
Lucy is like many other children in the world right now: in quarantine with her family.
Her hair is blue, but this time she knows why.
This FREE eBook is designed to help children realise they’re not alone in the current conditions with Covid-19, to help them understand it’s temporary and to help them express how they’re feeling.
It’s “okay, sometimes, to have a blue day.”
This site was created for young people, carers and professionals to pool together lots of helpful resources to support mental health & wellbeing.
Lucy’s Blue Day
by Chris Duke
A tale about a little girl called Lucy who wakes up with blue hairband she doesn’t know why?! She soon learns that it is #OkNotToBeOk.
“What a charming book that we are sure will help enormously”. Stephen Fry
“Such a clever, common sense and totally relatable way to talk about mental health”. Lorraine Kelly
You can order from www.lucysblueday.com
Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler has illustrated the free, digital book, aimed at primary school-age children.