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I am the SEMH Lead in a secondary school in Northamptonshire with a passion for promoting a mental health curriculum that is accessible for any educational setting. I create complete programmes of study and one-off sessions for your unique setting including corresponding resources and progress tracking aids. If you are looking for an outstanding whole-school approach to SEMH, please get in touch for advice, guidance or access to a multitude of SEMH programmes, strategies and resources.

I am the SEMH Lead in a secondary school in Northamptonshire with a passion for promoting a mental health curriculum that is accessible for any educational setting. I create complete programmes of study and one-off sessions for your unique setting including corresponding resources and progress tracking aids. If you are looking for an outstanding whole-school approach to SEMH, please get in touch for advice, guidance or access to a multitude of SEMH programmes, strategies and resources.
SEMH individual progress tracker
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SEMH individual progress tracker

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A useful tool to aid teachers and support staff who are delivering SEMH intervention to monitor and track sessional progress. This spreadsheet allows you to enter a session-by-session RAG record of how students have accessed the intervention, with options to add further steps/ steps for future learnings. You can then use this record to create a complete overview of their time on the programme, which can then be used as supporting evidence to signpost onto additional interventions if necessary. School leaders may also use this as a prompt to use for meetings with parents or external services so underpin specific areas where specialist or targeted support is required. This tracker can be edited to facilitate/ reflect your provision’s unique requirements.
LGBTQ+? workbook for teens
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LGBTQ+? workbook for teens

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This booklet can be used as part of a small group or 1:1 intervention to help students understand some key aspects of LGBTQ+? The workbook contains important terminology, activities and discussion points. This programme of study can also be used in tutor times, as part of PSHE or for enrichment sessions. Students can work independently or as part of a group. A purposeful and informative introduction to LGBTQ+? ,with a range of fun and engaging activities for students aged 7-19. The activites give insight to identity, gender and equality. Just in time for pride month!
Safe Social Media use - Design your own self-care apps
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Safe Social Media use - Design your own self-care apps

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This is a mindfulness activity that aims to broaden students’ understanding of safe mobile phone usage, with a particular focus on downloadable apps. This activity empowers young people to think differently about the kind of apps they may download onto their devices and instead create apps that promote wellbeing and self-care.
'Instagram happy' Online social responsibility task
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'Instagram happy' Online social responsibility task

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This activity has been created for students to consider how the lives of others we see posted on social media is often very different to the reality. This is a short reflective thinking activity which will engage learners to practise empathy and understanding. Furthermore, this activity will empower students to recognise that they have the power to inspire an audience rather than comparing their lives to the ones they see online.
What would you do? Online/digital social safety activity
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What would you do? Online/digital social safety activity

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This is a short, reflective activity that promotes critical thinking and peer discussion that will engage students considering their own thoughts and feelings in a range of situations. The prompt cards can be cut out and asked by peers if working in a small group or students can work independently if in a 1:1 setting to work through each card. The activity can be adapted as necessary.
Give the gift of kindness Christmas activity
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Give the gift of kindness Christmas activity

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This is a short festive activty to complete with mixed age range/ability groups. Students have to think of gifts of kindness that they could give to someone they care about. Students can embellish and colour these worksheets to create a beautiful festive display.
What are you bottling up?
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What are you bottling up?

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This resource can be used as part of a whole-school activity for Children’s mental health week or as a one of activity to help students engage and discuss any feelings they are keeping inside. Students should think about all of the feelings they are bottling up, these could be, worry, fear, loss etc. Students can also think about how this might look when those feelings fizz/spill out- does this look like angry outbursts, crying, self-isolating. This is a safe and non-invasive method of promoting a basis for talk therapy. Students can work independently, in a 1:1 setting with a teacher or in a small group to complete this activity.
'Influencer for a day' social media activity
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'Influencer for a day' social media activity

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A social media support activity that focuses on responsible social media usage on apps like Instagram. This gives students the opportunity to reflect on their own exposure to social media platforms and how they are affected by the way others use online social platforms. This activity aims to develop students’ confidence in recognising reality vs. ‘fake news’ and the impact of what we see online.
My life on social media - Online safety activity
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My life on social media - Online safety activity

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This activity empowers students to use real-life scenarios to create a social media post that they would actually post on their feed. This worksheet explores a range of scenario based questioning, enabling students to consider and explore how they might react in each situation/ what they might do. This activity creates fantastic peer discussion opportunities and is also a great way to get a better understanding of the interests of the students you are working with.
Social media platform to inspire - Facebook
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Social media platform to inspire - Facebook

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This activity helps students to navigate their way around the Facebook app safely, using a range of commonly used functions, such as ‘check-ins’, 'hashtags’and ‘emojis’. Students will use this activity to create a post that either inspire their younger selves a younger generation. Students will be able to reflect on the first thing they might have posted and how they would feel if they were to read it a number of year later. This is a short exercise that has been designed to generate high quality peer discussions.
25 days of mindfulness Christmas Calendar
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25 days of mindfulness Christmas Calendar

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This is an A3 self-care activity for students to complete during the festive period. Students need to make 25 self-care/ mindful promises for each day leading up to Christmas. Students can write or draw into each window of the calendar or a combination of both. This can then be coloured in or decorated in festive colours, glitter etc. Teacher can print to A4 or enlarge as necessary.
Complete Intervention programme for LGBTQ+? with resources
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Complete Intervention programme for LGBTQ+? with resources

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This complete intervention programme will provide up to 12 weeks’ worth of supportive study for students who are experiencing identity or gender worries or issues. This programme of study has been carefully compiled to to empower students with up-to-date knowledge, advice and guidance. Students and young people undergoing this programme of study will explore a wide range of person-centred activities that boost self-esteem and individuality. Students will gain confidence in understanding their own bodies and feelings and be able to identify the correct channels to access support. This programme of study is complete with suggested starter activities, extension tasks and ‘big questions’. The resources are beautifully coordinated to represent inclusivity, with hidden messages and uplifting affirmations. The programme of study can adapted to be used on a 1:1 basis, in small groups, as part of tutor time sessions or even in assemblies. If you are looking for a whole-school approach to LGBT intervention, which can be differentiated for primary students all the way up to further educational settings, this is the perfect toolkit to use with your young people.