Our managing low confidence resource aims to help children and young people understand what is meant by confidence and the impact that having low confidence can have. It also features helpful tools that young people can use to boost their self-confidence.
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Category: Anxiety and Stress in Children and Young People
Together with Operation Encompass, we have developed the tool ‘Recovery and Resilience Planning’ as a summary to guide education setting staff in their understanding and support, focussing on relationships, emotional wellbeing, engagement and learning.
The transition back to school following lock down can be an anxiety provoking experience for both children and parents. Our top tips resource provides expert advice from our Educational Psychology team to help make the transition as successful as possible.
It is crucial for young people to recognise the effects social media can have on their mental health. This resource identifies how social media can impact young people’s wellbeing and provides tips on how to make the most of social media in a mental health friendly way.
Understanding, recognising and coping with stress can be difficult for young people. Our Top Tips for Helping Children Understand and Manage Stress resource aims to provide practical strategies and guidance to help you support your child to better understand, minimise and manage stress.