Being physically active is instrumental in improving our wellbeing through the release of endorphins and connecting with others.  Combined with mindfulness and meditation, learn about ways you can promote total wellbeing in your school.

Why is it important?

Wellbeing is defined as 'the state of feeling healthy and happy'.  The pandemic has seen a significant rise in mental health issues in children and young people. There has never been a greater need for schools to promote wellbeing whether through healthy eating, physical activity, mindfulness or meditation.

The benefits of this approach include:

  • Enhancing pupils' mental health
  • Improving self esteem
  • Increasing resilience in young people
  • Improving trust levels

Wellbeing Free Resources

With mental health high on the agenda and childhood obesity on the rise, schools play an important role in supporting pupils' wellbeing.

Free resources you might like to try or signpost your pupils to, include:

Case studies

If you are looking for evidence of how beneficial it can be to promote wellbeing in school, take a look at the case studies below:

For more information

Please contact:

Claire Mansfield