Student Resilience & Wellbeing Noticeboard
How schools can help develop pupil wellbeing
To address the problems schools are facing tackling mental health problems, a whole school approach is seen to be best practice. A ‘whole school approach’ to mental health and wellbeing is recommended.
Resilience Notice Board - Make wellbeing visible
Making wellbeing visible can mean different things in different schools, enabling schools to develop their own approach to wellbeing makes it more effective than any prescriptive resource or intervention. Schools we have worked with have come up with many creative ideas to making wellbeing visible, these include notice boards and displays, staff shout-out-boards, “positive-i-trees” for children, school or class assemblies as well as wider evidence-informed wellbeing curriculums and targeted early inventions that prevent mental health problems developing.
Empower your students to make healthy choices.
The Student Wellbeing Noticeboard is a health and wellbeing program that supports students to live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Get the free samples (see below)
Over 5,870 wellbeing graphics in 42 folders to share with students on your Student Resilience & Wellbeing Noticeboard.
Download sample file here
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