Who we help
Our wide range of courses can help you to better understand mental wellbeing and how you can help improve or maintain your own.
Sammy the Sea Squirt Movement Sessions
Two or four whole class sessions | From £150
Our engaging movement sessions, led by our experienced mental health trainers, teach children the link between movement and mental health and how staying active can help them to stay well. Available as two whole class sessions (half day) or four whole classes (full day).
90 minute interactive sessions for each class | From £1,100
EARLY Minds (Emotional Awareness and Resilience Learnt Young) is our mental health programme for KS1 and KS2 that we take into primary schools.
Life Hacks for Young Minds
45-minute talk | From £120
Suitable for teenagers and pre-teens, our 45-minute talk introduces secondary school pupils to mental health and emotional needs.
Skill-shops for Young Minds
Weekly one-hour workshops over 4 weeks | From £600 for 10-12 students
For those aged 11-25, our four-week programme of interactive workshops help teenagers and young people become more resilient, emotionally aware, and well-resourced adults.
Emotional Wellbeing in the Classroom
1 day online or face-to-face workshop | From £950 – up to 16 attendees
Delivered by a qualified trainer face-to-face (up to 12 attendees) or online (up to 16), Emotional Wellbeing in the Classroom is for primary and secondary schools.
Emotional Wellbeing in Children’s Activities
1 day online workshop | From £950 for 12 attendees
Delivered by a qualified trainer online, Emotional Wellbeing in Children's Activities is for those who run or support groups and activities for children and young people.
Funded training: for educators and children’s activity providers
Below you will find our current opportunities for funded training. We're always looking for more opportunities so please check back as we update regularly. If you want to discuss funding some training, please get in contact with us.
The Mental Health Toolkit
Straightforward, powerful tools to support workplace wellbeing for you and your team.
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Feeling terrible can be, well, terrible. If you need urgent help or are experiencing a crisis, click here to find some useful links and helplines we can vouch for.
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