Here you will find a range of suggestions for learning activities in health and wellbeing. These are intended to complement the work you are already carrying out in schools, establishments and local authorities.
Help children to try something new.
Help children understand that their feelings can change.
Support children to understand that change happens.
Support children to reflect on positive, negative, certain and uncertain experiences that they have had.
Support children to reflect on uncertain experiences and develop strategies to understand the emotions these experiences bring.
Help children to reflect on uncertain experiences and develop strategies to understand the emotions these experiences bring.
Help children to identify how commitment can help them cope with adversity and uncertainty.
Support children to develop their understanding of the concepts of compassion and connection.
Support children to develop their understanding of how experiences affect people in different ways.
Support young people to develop their own strategies to address uncertainty and adversity.
In this learning activity, young people will have the opportunity to consider different stressful situations in their lives and how they respond.
By considering their thoughts, feelings, behaviours and choices, young people will understand how to develop their own strategies to improve their emotional awareness.