A guide produced by Young Minds for use in Key Stage 3 and 4 PSHE, RSE and Citizenship lessons to help young people to talk about the feelings of anger they are experiencing and find self-care techniques to relax and destress and reduce those feelings of anger.Read More
A handy poster for the classroom and common room noticeboards which advises students of what they can do to reduce their feelings of anger whilst at school.Read More
An important Lancet Psychiatry journal article which contains findings from a clinical study looking at the prevalence, clinical features, and risk factors associated with trauma exposure and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in young people. Findings from interviews with young people aged 18 who were born in England and Wales in 1994–95, include:
31·1% of the 2,064 participants who completed the interviews at 18 reported experiencing some form of trauma during childhood, ranging from car accidents and sexual assault to bullying and the death of someone close
7.8% of the 2,063 young people who answered questions about PTSD said they had experienced PTSD during their lifetime, including 25.0% of the young people who had experienced childhood trauma.
The official resource pack from Place2Be for Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week for schools and Youth Groups. This year’s theme is “Healthy: Inside and Out” and encourages children and young people to explore the relationship between good physical health and good mental health.Read More
A research report from The Gambling Commission exploring the rise in gambling addiction among 11-16 year olds living in Great Britain.Read More