Healthy Schools

Emotional Health and Wellbeing

We support schools to improve children and young people's emotional health and wellbeing and reduce the incidence of bullying.

Emotional Health and Wellbeing is an extremely wide and diverse topic area and it is important that schools consider all aspects of the school day, including ethos and culture, curriculum, teaching and learning, discipline and reward, environment, support services and targeted interventions when reviewing whole school emotional health and wellbeing needs. 

Please find a full list of training and resources available to support the development of emotional health and wellbeing below.

Training & Events

British Values and SMSC - Building Cohesive Communities

Universal Primary Secondary Special

This full-day training course explores the guidance issued by the DfE around the active promotion of ‘British Values’ within school and intr...

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Anti-bullying Policy and Practice

Universal Primary Secondary Special

This one-day training course will support you through the development of preventative, good practice strategies to ensure that all children...

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E-safety and Cyberbullying Overview

Priority Primary Secondary Special

What technologies are children using in your school and are they safe? This one-hour training session looks at the latest technologies used...

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Reducing Bullying Amongst the Worst Affected

A collation and synthesis of research findings in the field of school age bullying produced by the Department of Education.


The Way We Feel (Years 5&6)

A range of classroom-based activities designed to aid the social and emotional development of primary school children (Years 5&6).

This resource is only available for Manchester Schools

NSPCC school bullying briefing

Produced by the NSPCC’s Safeguarding in Education Service to help schools, academies and colleges to develop, evaluate and review their anti-bullying policies, procedures and practices