These resources will support children with...

Building confidence

Understanding their feelings and emotions

Knowing how to manage their emotions

Making friends and treating others well

Looking after themselves

Facing and overcoming their fears

Valuing and respecting themselves

Communicating with others

Having a growth mindset

Believing they can achieve anything

These resources are perfect for

Tutor time activities 

Promoting growth mindset

Positivity around the school 

Extra support for pupils that need it

Interventions to support well-being

Topics Include

Feelings, emotions, fears, worries, stress and anger

Meditation, mindfulness and yoga (with Guest Expert Donna Booth)

Confidence, body image, growth mindset, positive statements, rewards and setting goals

Health, hygiene, self-care and relaxation

Friendships, family relationships and all about me

PLUS posters, games and anti-bullying resources

What’s included...

Over 200 worksheets, activities, games and posters

Unlimited access to the resource library

Download and print the worksheets when needed

New resources added every 3 months

A range of resources appropriate for all ages and abilities 

Resources for children that find it difficult talking or writing about their feelings

Yearly subscription to the resource library for Schools for £249 a year

The Cheerful Children Resource Library and Resources are in English (UK) language and spelling.

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Meet Lucy & Katy, the faces behind Cheerful Children

 

Growing up, Lucy always felt like the quiet and shy one and was regularly called this by teachers and other pupils. Afraid to speak up in class, worried about what others thought of her and constantly trying to fit in. Feeling this was normal, Lucy continued with her school and home life thinking it would always be this way. When starting her first job in a day nursery this version of Lucy continued, feeling shy and lack of confidence in her ability held her back from achieving her full potential in that job.

 

In school Katy felt that she lacked confidence. This had an impact on her learning as she had a fear of reading aloud and participating in group tasks. This continued into Katy’s work life, when starting to apply for jobs Katy lacked confidence so much that she couldn’t even tell her family when she had interviews because she was afraid of not getting the job. She continued to get the same feedback from every interview that she just wasn’t confident enough for the job.

Guest Expert

 

Donna is our Mindfulness and Yoga expert. She is a Life Coach with a special interest in working with children. Donna is a yoga and mindfulness teacher and relax kids coach. She also runs retreats in the Highlands of Scotland. She writes for Holistic Health and Holistic Therapist magazines and is very excited about sharing her ideas.

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