A Resilience-based PSHE Curriculum for Secondary Schools
The skills young people need to thrive
As surveys show, emotional health in children is worsening, and their behavioural problems are increasing.
More and more we worry about the mental health of our children. These are problems that schools can influence. That schools do influence! Schools make almost as much difference to the emotional health and behaviour of their students as to their academic achievement.
Teaching wellbeing, might be easier than it seems.
While young people’s life skills are strongly influenced by the ethos of the school, there also needs to be at least one hour a week of dedicated and specific teaching of life skills. In order to do this well, teachers need to be trained in a fully professional way.
As featured on the BBC
The largest study of its kind
The Healthy Minds research project was directed by Bounce Forward, run in partnership with the London School of Economics and funded by the Education Endowment Foundation. It is the largest ever study of its kind, showing the impact of good quality teaching and learning on important outcomes.
to create the evidence-based program
Bounce Forward has worked with teachers and experts to turn Healthy Minds into a practical solution
A 5-year scheme covering
Including 62 unique lessons!
All lessons are provided with
Detailed teaching and learning resources
Written support for teachers
Dedicated teacher training
By implementing Healthy Minds in your school, you take steps to achieve the Healthy Minds for your school.