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Shining a light on children's mental health
Right now, our projects are working hard to support the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people across the UK.
Through online sessions, tools and techniques, this crucial work is helping young people to express their emotions, whilst preventing feelings of anxiety and isolation from developing into more serious issues.

Scroll down to access free wellbeing resources you can use to support children and young people in school and at home.
Get creative with Me2Club
Project worker Jess teaches us how a fun monster drawing game can help to improve children's wellbeing through positive communication and creative thinking. Try it with your class to keep everyone connected and learning.
Monster Activities
Get active with Joe Wicks
Get active with Joe Wicks
A big thank you to Joe Wicks who is donating all money raised from his PE with Joe workouts to BBC Children in Need! Find out more about his work as our Schools Ambassador and help to boost your school's wellbeing by getting active with a special Five Minute Move.
Access additional resources
Find information on talking to young people about wellbeing, download activities to keep children engaged and access advice on looking after your children's mental health during lockdown.
Access Additional Resources
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