This page hosts links to useful information and development opportunities.

Supporting mental health in schools and colleges

Survey and case studies with schools on activities to support pupils' mental health and wellbeing

Children & Young People Emotional, Behavioural or Mental Health Needs Website

Services across Nottingham are working together to support children and young people with behavioural, emotional or mental health needs. To find out more about the services available, what they offer and how to get in touch click on the link above.

The PSHE Advisory Service

PSHE is a planned programme of learning through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives.

The Wellbeing Measurement Framework

Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund, the Wellbeing Measurement Framework has been made available free of charge to schools across England. 

Bullying and Cyberbullying - Keeping Children Safe

We can all play a part in helping keep children safe from bullying and cyberbullying - whether it's happening at school, at home or online.   Tips for parents and carers.

BBC Teach - When I worry about things

When I Worry About Things is a collection of animated films that use personal testimony to explore mental health issues from the perspective of children.  Alongside each, there is more information about the content of the film, and suggestions of how it could be used in the classroom.  These resources are suitable for use with pupils aged 8-13.

Government responds to children and young people’s mental health report

Education and Health Committees publish Government response to joint report on young people’s mental health and the role of education.

National Children's Bureau Newsletter - Oct 2017

This newsletter contains information on; 

  • New research suggesting alarming numbers of teenagers with symptoms of depression;
  • New resources on gender and child mental health. 

Updated 25/10/17.  Any queries contact lisa.hazell@nottinghamcity.gov.uk