Support student wellbeing in 2021
A free collection of wellbeing resources for all levels
During challenging times, it’s normal to feel more stressed or concerned about things than usual. We’d love to help you prioritise your wellbeing, and that of your students as you return to face-to-face learning. These resources will help give you the tools you need to focus on wellbeing. That’s why we’re sharing this special collection of resources during this time of transition, to help give you the tools you need to focus on wellbeing. Share them with colleagues, peers and students to support those around you.Browse videos
6 videos | Primary
Wellbeing is fundamental for a happy and healthy life. This series explores six key areas of children’s wellbeing – resilience, confidence, healthy habits, identity and values, motivation, and relationships. By following a group of diverse animated characters, children learn the importance of wellbeing and tips to help them achieve it.
3 videos | Primary & Secondary
Anxiety can affect us all. It can feel like you have too many balls in the air, like you’re struggling to keep life in balance, or like failure is just one wrong move away. In this three-part series, students will be introduced to the concept of anxiety through the visual metaphor of circus performers who, through mastering their juggling and balancing acts, help viewers to recognise strategies to manage and master their feelings.
Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher’s Guide
6 videos | Primary & Secondary
Experienced psychologists provide clear explanations about varying forms of anxiety in this six-part series. It’s important viewing for teachers and those in wellbeing roles to recognise anxiety in students, understand its possible causes, and easily implement strategies to manage different types of anxiety.
Social Media Me
6 videos | Secondary
With two seasons of three episodes each, this series follows three characters’ experiences with identity and self-esteem, as they navigate social media and real world relationships. It encourages young people to think critically about their online interactions and experiences and manage their social media use in a positive way.
3 videos | Secondary & Tertiary
This series investigates stress as a psychobiological process. It looks at the causes of stress and how our perception of a situation impacts stress. Fight or flight response is explored, along with the negative effects of prolonged stress. The series includes models of cognitive and physiological processes and explores the benefits of various strategies for managing stress.