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Resources for Educators


This section provides resources developed by the Resilience Project for education staff on topics around mental health and wellbeing. This includes advice and information on supporting children and young people, but also advice for their own mental health and wellbeing.

Training and consultation for schools

We offer training for school staff on a range of topics related to children and young people’s mental health and well-being. We also offer Clinical Psychology lead consultation about specific children and young people to school staff. Please get in touch for more information.

Interventions 

All of our interventions are accessed following initial consultations with schools or local authority inclusion and engagement services to establish how to best meet the needs of children and young people.

Video Resources


Resilience Project Video Library

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK7a2I3twVLDZuis53tpUoQ


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Downloadable Document Resources for Educators

ADHD

Primary school strategies for children and young people who have difficulties with impulsivity, hyperactivity and attention

Back to School

Psychologist Transition Top Tips

School Staff’s Guide to PACE 2

Mental Health Top Tips

Mental Health Top Tips - Teachers

PACE

School Staff's Guide to PACE (1)

PACE: A trauma-informed approach to supporting children and young people

Regulations and Rational Games

Relational Games, Up Regulating and Down Regulating Activities

Emotional regulation ideas for school children

Window of tolerance 

Self Help Workshops

RP anxiety workbook FINAL

RP school based anxiety workbook

RP self esteem and confidence workbook

Signposting

A Signposting Directory APRIL 2020 

Staff Self Care

Self-Care at Home and School

Storytelling

6 Session Storytelling Manual – Primary

6 Session Storytelling Manual - Secondary

Isolation storytelling session

Transition

Transition school (English)

 


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