EYFS

Make a bravery badge

Help children battle their fears by teaching them how to make a bravery badge that they can wear the next time they need a little extra courage

Being Kind to Yourself

These activities help learners to be kind to themselves and look after their own wellbeing in order to build resilience and coping mechanisms.

Resilience ladder

This resource is designed to be used with individual children to help them to highlight a goal and break it down into smaller achievable steps, that they identify themselves.

Key Stage 1

Make a bravery badge

Help children battle their fears by teaching them how to make a bravery badge that they can wear the next time they need a little extra courage

Resilience ladder

This resource is designed to be used with individual children to help them to highlight a goal and break it down into smaller achievable steps, that they identify themselves.

Youth Group Games

Team Building Activities, Ice breakers and games for groups

Superhero Me!

These printable templates, split up by age, use the concept of superheroes to encourage children to explore their own superpowers, qualities and talents. What the children create could then be shared with their next teacher as a transition activity or kept to reflect on their strengths.

Beano Resilience Lesson Plans

Together with Beano we've created some lesson plans on emotional literacy and resilience for KS1 and KS2.

Being Kind to Yourself

These activities help learners to be kind to themselves and look after their own wellbeing in order to build resilience and coping mechanisms.

Key Stage 2

Youth Group Games

Team Building Activities, Ice breakers and games for groups

Beano Resilience Lesson Plans

Together with Beano we've created some lesson plans on emotional literacy and resilience for KS1 and KS2.

Resilience ladder

This resource is designed to be used with individual children to help them to highlight a goal and break it down into smaller achievable steps, that they identify themselves.

Resilience game

This game explores common scenarios that children may encounter in their day-to-day life at home, or at school. The game is a simple board game. The children roll the dice and take a card when they land on the appropriate square. The card may give them a direction or an opportunity to make a choice between three options. If they choose the most resilient answer they will move forward two spaces. They will move forward one space for the second most resilient answer, or stay where they are if they choose the least resilient answer.

Superhero Me!

These printable templates, split up by age, use the concept of superheroes to encourage children to explore their own superpowers, qualities and talents. What the children create could then be shared with their next teacher as a transition activity or kept to reflect on their strengths.

Being Kind to Yourself

These activities help learners to be kind to themselves and look after their own wellbeing in order to build resilience and coping mechanisms.

Key Stage 3

Youth Group Games

Team Building Activities, Ice breakers and games for groups

Time for Us Activity pack

This pack of practical activities is designed for any adults with caring responsibilities for children and young people to use in order to start some of those more difficult conversations and about feelings, connections and coping strategies during this time.

How to build resilience and ease tensions

A new set of activities to help learners build their resilience and reduce household tensions that might arise during these challenging times.

Resilience ladder

This resource is designed to be used with individual children to help them to highlight a goal and break it down into smaller achievable steps, that they identify themselves.

Being Kind to Yourself

These activities help learners to be kind to themselves and look after their own wellbeing in order to build resilience and coping mechanisms.

Key Stage 4

The Resilient Classroom

A Resource Pack for Tutor Groups and Pastoral School Staff.  Written by Sam Taylor, Angie Hart And Hove Park School.

How to build resilience and ease tensions

A new set of activities to help learners build their resilience and reduce household tensions that might arise during these challenging times.

Time for Us Activity pack

This pack of practical activities is designed for any adults with caring responsibilities for children and young people to use in order to start some of those more difficult conversations and about feelings, connections and coping strategies during this time.

Resilience ladder

This resource is designed to be used with individual children to help them to highlight a goal and break it down into smaller achievable steps, that they identify themselves.

Being Kind to Yourself

These activities help learners to be kind to themselves and look after their own wellbeing in order to build resilience and coping mechanisms.

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