Positive Wellbeing

Positive Health & Wellbeing Posters for Classroom Use. These posters contain top tips for students (and staff!) to ensure they are able to keep a healthy mind and healthy body.

Brand new PSHE 2020 for Secondary School Students. Cre8tive curriculum follow six core themes that run throughout each year and spiral up the year groups ensuring continuity of progress. Each core theme has its own distinct colour and logo so is easily recognised by students and staff. Each core theme has the option of Lessons, Quizzes, Projects.

The Six Core Themes are:
Rights Responsibilities and British Values
Relationships and Sex Education
Celebrating Diversity & Equality
Staying Safe Online and Offline
Health & Wellbeing
Life Beyond School


Other Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources we have include:
✰✰Sleep Patterns and Mental Health
✰✰ Dealing With Anxiety - Older Students
✰✰ Boosting Self Esteem + Mental Health
✰✰ Coping strategies for All
✰✰ What is Emotional Health and Wellbeing
✰✰ Exploring Mental Health
✰✰ What is Sleep Hygiene


The Cre8tive Team have made great efforts to aid schools during this difficult time by:

☞ Releasing over 100+ Free Products
☞ Allowing 125,000+ Free Downloads across our platforms (and counting)
☞ Launching over 10 Learning from home packs
☞ Leading the way for GCSE Citizenship and PSHE Teachers by providing quick email support with resource requests from across the UK
☞ Setting up on TES the FREE 60 Day Wellbeing Challenge - Just search #C-19WellbeingChallenge and come join in
☞ Offering Free Discount Codes for PSHE Projects on our Website
☞ Using our profits to create 50 Wellbeing and care packages for the elderly

☞ Best wishes from the Cre8tive Resources and Cre8tive Curriculum Team - Stay safe and look after the vulnerable around you.



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  • PSHE-2020-Curriculum-Units.pdf

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Created: Jun 26, 2019

Updated: Oct 19, 2020

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