The Talking Mental Health Teacher Toolkit and Animation aim to give children an understanding of what mental health is and the difference between every day small feelings and a big feeling, the consistent and accessible language to talk about mental health and an understanding of how to be a good listener.
The free Teacher Toolkit, aimed at primary schools, includes a lesson plan, an assembly plan, a set of cross-curricular activities alongside a range of resources.
This free leaflet, which features an introduction from the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families Patron, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, provides simple advice and guidance to parents and carers about how to make conversations about their child's feelings part of everyday conversation.
The leaflet was developed by the Centre's child mental health experts and is supported by a video featuring Dr. Sheila Redfern.
What is mental wellbeing, why should schools measure it and how do they decide which measures to use? The Anna Freud Learning Network recently filmed trainer Lee Atkins delivering our 'Measuring and Monitoring Children and Young People's Mental Wellbeing' training as part of our on-going support for schools. This video supports the free 'Measuring Wellbeing Toolkit' also available through this site.
The ‘Easy-Easier’ child’s voice resource is designed to fully involve the child when planning and reviewing their outcomes.The approach centres on using the language of Easy-Easier and a simple structured system for the child to think about their outcomes.Listen to the child’s voice; Plan actions; Review Progress with the child
Network Autism is a place where professionals share ideas and discuss good practice, helping you to find solutions. Network Autism offers the latest autism news, research and good practice, special interest groups and exclusive articles from autism specialists. Watch the introductory video to learn how Network Autism could help you.
Struggling to write outcomes for a child with SEND in your class? Identify appropriate outcomes for children with SEND using this comprehensive guide which takes the outcomes for the Core Curriculum subjects at Key Stages 1 & 2 and offers Support Strategies for adapting the curriculum to enable the class teacher to set and record achievable outcomes.
Product includes: English, Maths and Science subject booklets for years 1 – 6
Teaching for Neurodiversity Webinar 3: Classroom Support Strategies (Secondary).
The final session suggests a range of easy to implement strategies to help in making the classroom or learning environment more accessible to all learners of secondary school age.
Teaching for Neurodiversity Webinar 3: Classroom Support Strategies (Primary)
This final webinar looks at the whole range of support strategies that can be easily introduced into any learning situation to improve accessibility for all your learners.
The accompanying resources to support this training, such as checklists have also been uploaded to this site.
Teaching for Neurodiversity Webinar 3: Classroom Support Strategies (Post 16/FE).
The final session suggests a range of easy to implement strategies to help in making the classroom or learning environment more accessible to all post 16/ FE learners.