The Lily-Jo Project's Online Mental Health Curriculum
High-energy mental health resources for the whole school.
Helping younger students explore the basics of mental health and emotional well-being. Themes include worry, sadness, anger, resilience, bullying, racism, self-esteem, and more!
Equipping older students with practical tools to maintain good mental health now and in the future. Themes include anxiety, stress, depression, resilience, bullying, racism, self-esteem, and more!
Helping teachers and staff overcome some of the most common mental health challenges including anxiety, low mood, and loss.
“The project complements the resources we already use but because it is so different from the set resources it livens things up and seems to have more of an impact on all the children. Our teachers liked the fact that it was for all the children and not for the few that are identified or that tell staff they are struggling so the children who often get missed are also getting the support they need. ”
“The children have been using a lot of the language from the resources in the playground when talking to friends and have been happy a lot happier talking about the way they feel with each other and are a lot more open in general about how they feel and what makes them happy/sad/angry. ”
“We used the resources regarding racism, as a whole school, a few weeks ago and it proved very successful in encouraging discussions and how they felt and how it made others feel. ”
“We are extremely happy with the resources from the Lily-Jo Project. We have been using all of the resources with the students, the 4 to 7s have been using a lot of the colouring pages and printouts which they have really enjoyed and they have triggered lots of discussions.”
“A lot of the parents have said they have been using the online resources too and have found it helpful not only personally but also when communicating with their children. ”
“A lot of the teachers have been using it and find it helpful. It is fantastic and it is definitely having a positive impact on the school. ”
“We have been using the resources with children in KS1 and KS2 and the teacher delivering has been very pleased with the project. The children are enjoying the videos and the songs and the resources are easy to follow and use. It is helpful that some of the sessions are fairly short as this allows it to be used when there are smaller slots in the timetables. Other colleagues have shown an interest in finding out more and even how they can help family members outside of school. ”
“There are so many different lessons to choose from. Such powerful, yet simple explanations that kids can understand and relate too.”
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