Children's mental health resources

 

Please find below some useful links to support children's mental health.

 

EYFS

Feeling better

A collection of clips presented by Dr Radha Moghil that explore a whole range of feelings and emotions, as well as providing talking points and tools to feel better.

EYFS / KS1: Feeling Better - BBC Teach

 

KS1

Feeling better

A collection of clips presented by Dr Radha Moghil that explore a whole range of feelings and emotions, as well as providing talking points and tools to feel better.

EYFS / KS1: Feeling Better - BBC Teach

 

Super Mood Movers

This page contains ten new Super Mood Movers videos, created in partnership with Children in Need and the Premier League, to enhance the wellbeing of your class with irresistibly catchy songs and easy-to-follow dance routines. These are free, fun, curriculum-linked videos featuring famous faces that will encourage your class to get active while they learn.

Super Mood Movers - BBC Teach

 

KS2

Growth Mindset 

A collection of clips that help unlock growth mindset ideas for pupils and teachers using a cast of animated characters who explore the differences between fixed and growth mindsets.

PSHE KS2: Growth Mindset - BBC Teach

 

Life Stories

Five poignant dramas exploring emotional issues that children can relate to, learn from and enjoy. The stories delve into bravery, confidence, friendship and sibling rivalry

PSHE KS2: Life Stories - BBC Teach

 

Mindset and Mindfulness 

A collection of short films on mindset and mindfulness. Five of the films introduce us to one of the five steps to wellbeing, with the sixth film 'The Brain House' using animation to look at what is happening inside our brain when we feel 'big' emotions. The final film is a guide for teachers which introduces the concept of mindsets and mindfulness, and suggests ways the films can be used in class.

PSHE KS2: The Brain Lab - BBC Teach

 

Same but different

A series of clips looking at primary children with a range of disabilities, learning differences and medical conditions, that aim to encourage understanding and inclusion, both at school and in the wider world.

PSHE KS2: Same but different - BBC Teach

 

KS2 - Upper KS2 (Years 5 & 6)

L8R Youngers 1 – Upper KS2

Set in East London, these 6 mini-episodes explore the journey from primary school into adolescence.

PSHE KS2: L8R Youngers 1 - BBC Teach

 

When I worry about things – KS2

A collection of short animated films that use powerful personal testimony to explore mental health issues from the perspective of young people.

PSHE KS2 / KS3: When I Worry About Things - BBC Teach