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Wellbeing resources for parents

Wellbeing toolkits to share with parents

Wellbeing expert, Adrian Bethune, has created these toolkits offering insights for parents with suggested activities. Download and share with your pupils’ parents.

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Blog: Mindfulness and mental health in children

Five top tips for parents to encourage mindfulness at home with their children to support positive wellbeing and mental health.

What to do if you're worried about your child's mental health

We've teamed up with the NSPCC to share some advice about how you can support your child to cope with stress and anxiety.

Tips on building your child's confidence and resilience

Teacher and child psychologist, Jean Gross, shares her video tips for helping children believe in themselves, and how you can encourage them to be determined.

Using music for social and emotional development

Music sparks creativity and confidence, so we teamed up with the Anami Project to create fun music-making activities.

Fun outdoor learning ideas

Getting outside is fantastic for boosting the family’s mood, so we’ve created some videos with ideas for discovery walks.

Everybody Worries. A picture book for children who are worried about Coronavirus.

Free eBook: Everybody Worries by Jon Burgerman

In this bright and friendly picture book, children learn that it’s okay to worry about coronavirus, and find ideas for dealing with it positively.

Martial arts build confidence, resilience and self-control

Mary Stevens, martial arts instructor and author of the new Warrior Monkeys series, tells us how martial arts develops valuable new skills.

Oxford Impact

Oxford Impact Wellbeing Study

Find out more about our evidence analysis impact study on the impact of promoting student wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes.