Resources available for download
Managing exam stress
7 top tips to help manage the stress, pressure and anxiety of exams. This is a practical guide on how what you can do to manage the challenges of exams.
Annual Review 2021-22
Our latest annual report highlighting the great work over the past year, our forward focus and our annual accounts.
5 Ways to Wellbeing - Primary
A primary resource of 5 activity worksheets to help children think about the 5 ways to wellbeing. These worksheets can be used with the Primary Ways to Wellbeing videos on the Phase Youtube channel.
Managing Anxious Thoughts
Managing anxious thoughts is a key way to ease mental pressure on ourselves. Use this simple guide to help you gain control over worries, fears and anxious thoughts.
Looking after ourselves is so important and helps to build our resilience. Use this self reflective tool to see if there are any areas of self care that you can improve and set yourself some goals on.
When I feel...
This series of resources provides helpful coping strategies that you can do and put in place particularly if are finding yourself feeling anxious, struggling with low mood, or self-harm.
Lunch time activity posters
A series of activities that children and young people can do in break and lunch times all focused around the 5 ways to wellbeing
Get Set teacher guide
This guide give you everything you need to run the Get Set workshop at home or in the classroom, along with the Get Set video. The guide contains instructions on how to run each activity, and booklets to print out for each student.
Helpful lockdown blogs
Looking for something to read? This resource contains a number of helpful, practical and insightful blogs for you to read during this lockdown..
Top Tips for lockdown
A helpful resource with 10 Top Tips on to help look after your mental health and wellbeing during lockdown.
Who are your go to people?
It is so important to have people around you who can support and encourage, use this resource to think about who your ‘go to people’ are for specific situations and who form your social support.
Grow: Dealing with Disappointment - Teacher guide
This guide contains everything that you need to run the Dealing with Disappointment workshop, including the link to the workshop video, guidance on each activity and booklets that can be printed for each student.
Coping with change resources
Five short sessions Ideal for Tutor Time (around 15-20 minutes) to accompany the Coping with Change Video that can help students think through the 3 R’s (Recognise, Routine and Resilience).
Toolkit of coping strategy Ideas
Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious and not sure what to do? This resource provides some helpful ideas and coping strategies as to how you can manage these different emotions well.
Secondary Lockdown Reflections
A pack for secondary students containing 5 short sessions that allow students to be reflective and creative, and provides an opportunity to express the positives and negatives of their experience over the past 6 months.
Primary Lockdown Reflections
A pack for primary students containing 4 short sessions that allow students to be reflective and creative, and provides an opportunity to express the positives and negatives of their experience over the past 6 months.
Adjusting to Year 7
A collection of key resources for those who have just started year 7 or are starting soon!
On Your Marks - Teachers Guide
This guide contains everything you need to run the On Your Marks workshop, alongside the workshop video, including guidance on each activity, and booklets that can be printed out for students.
Back to school tutor activities
A set of activities helping students as they return from lockdown. Ideal for secondary schools to use in tutor time
A collection of key resources to help build wellbeing, cope with change and build resilience. PDF is hyperlinked to all content.
Discover your purpose
Knowing your purpose is key is building resilience but how do we work it out? Use this guide to help discover yours.
Setting goals is a great way to help you focus, maintain purpose and bring clarity in uncertain times.
It's Your Move - Bonus Material
Our bonus activities to support with transition. This includes making friends, managing your time, deciding what to do in different scenarios, as well as our 10 top tips for starting secondary school
It's Your Move
All the resources you will need for the virtual It's Your Move workshop. Print them off or just download them as a guide
Coping with change
A short video give you some great tips, ideas and activities to try when dealing with change. This is great for children, young people and adults
5X5x5 Wellbeing Video Series
Our five short videos looking at how we use the 5 ways to wellbeing to help us manage, cope and thrive in lockdown.
Top Tips for starting secondary school
These are our top tips for starting secondary school, whether you are there already or are looking forward to going soon!
Weighing scales resource
Sometimes we have to go through situations, they can’t be taken away from us and therefore it is about being equipped to manage and go through the situation. This resource helps you think through different solutions for the situation, you are facing.
This resource helps you think through some of the items that you can include in your own wellbeing box.
Back to school
Heading back to school can make us feel many different things. You can use this great doodle by Beth Wooldridge to express yourself
5 ways to wellbeing
5 ways to wellbeing and how you can develop it in your own life to build, boost and maintain your wellbeing.
Lockdown Reflections Youth Group edition
A pack containing 5 youth group sessions that allow young people to be reflective and creative, and provides an opportunity to express the positives and negatives of their experience over the past 6 months.
Making friends takes time at a new school. This pack contains activities to give you confidence in making friends, help you think about what kind of friends you want to make, and some conversation starters for you to practice.
Secondary School Scenarios
A number of possible scenarios that might happen at secondary school. Think through or discuss with an adult what you could do in each scenario, to help you feel more confident about being in school.
Gratitude is a key way to grow a positive mindset, increase resilience and improve your wellbeing. Use this simple template to start your journey.
Volunteering Information Booklet
This guide gives a rundown of the opportunities for volunteering at Phase. It covers how you can work with us in schools, ways you can fundraise and the skills and talents we need to run our office.
At secondary school there is a lot more going on. This activity helps you think about the best way to manage your time, to get all those important things done, as well as making time to relax and look after yourself!
3 C's of Resilience
Analysing key moments we have been through can help build our resilience, this resource will help you think through the next steps
What are those activities that bring joy to your life, use this resource to capture them and make sure you are building them in
Tips on how to journal
Some simple and useful tips on how to journal, which a great way to process all that's in our head.
Grow - dealing with change
This guide contains everything you need to run the Dealing with Change workshop, including the link to the workshop video, instructions for each activity and booklets that can be printed for each student.
Let's Talk Original Video
Let's Talk - encouraging conversations about difficult topics such as mental health and self-harm, to improve access to support.
Grow Teacher Guide S1
This guide contains everything you need to run the Managing Emotions workshop, including the link to the workshop video, instructions for each activity, booklets that can be printed for each student and resources that can be used during the session.
Let's Talk Anxiety Video
Anxiety is something many young people struggle with and is a normal human emotion, however, sometimes it can become overwhelming and have a negative impact on life and our wellbeing.
Let's Talk Misconceptions
mental health difficulties are often misunderstood. Mental health has lots of stigmas and we want to help remove these by learning to talk about them.
Let's Talk Self-Harm
Self-harm is something many young people struggle with and is a coping mechanism to deal with difficult feelings. This video is designed to help start conversations about self-harm.
Helping low mood
A resource which contains a number of helpful resources including videos, blogs, self reflection tools, challenges to complete, all with the aim of helping improve our wellbeing and mental health.
Let's Talk Misconceptions Education Pack
Assembly, lesson and teacher resources for secondary schools