Increase staff and teacher capacity to support pupil mental health and wellbeingJoin Now
Learn how to deliver your own staff training and development that increase staff and teacher capacity to support pupil mental health. Gain a toolkit of practical CPD activities.
This module shares practical activities that help mental health leads increase staff and teachers understanding of their role in supporting pupil mental health, and building their confidence and capacity as a team.
This module develops staff capacity to signpost and arrange appropriate support for pupils dealing with mental health issues. The module increases lead's ability to identify and develop evidence-based strategies for supporting pupil mental health and resilience with staff as part as a whole school approach.
Detailed activity plans and instructions to train your staff in activities that support pupil mental health
Downloadable and printable worksheets and adaptable slide deck to use as part of staff training and development
Tools and resources that help you plan staff CPD to support pupil mental health
Train-the-trainer downloadable workbook with detailed instructions to support you to deliver the CPD activities.
Not only does Wellbeing Club provide you with everything needed to review, plan and develop mental health and wellbeing in your school. You'll also access ongoing support, practical examples and a supportive peer community of Mental Health and Wellbeing Leads.Join Now
Immediate access to our in-depth courses and regular expert CPD opportunities.
Access the library of online workshops as soon as you join.
Accessible CPD that helps you plan, develop, and embed whole school wellbeing
Helpful practical tools and activities you can download use in your school, such as our school review, wellbeing curriculum mapping workshop and supporting staff wellbeing.
Learn what you need, when you need to, from wherever you want.
Priority booking for members on our popular and practical guest expert discovery workshops.
Learn from guest experts, psychologists, and education consultants on how to develop wellbeing, mental health, and resilience in your school.
Wellbeing Club Membership provides you access to downloadable materials and resources to support effective development of whole school wellbeing for pupils and students.
Wellbeing Club members can access, teaching resources and toolkits that have been developed for primary, secondary and post-16 children and young people.
These downloadable wellbeing curriculum materials are based our 12 years’ experience of delivering wellbeing and resilience workshops with over 5000 children and young people nationally.
We provide practical wellbeing activities and teaching materials based on positive psychology and coaching techniques.
Our wellbeing activities utilise a train-the-trainer approach, empowering you to develop sustainable wellbeing for your pupils and students. Giving everything promote wellbeing activities as a cross-curricular approach.
Our community is the heart of Wellbeing Club and the place to go for all your questions, to ask for feedback, gain support and get to know other like-minded School Mental Health and Wellbeing Leads.
12 months’ worth of support, coaching, encouragement, troubleshooting and motivation to ensure you continue to develop sustainable wellbeing in your school.
Network with other Mental Health Leads through our member directory.
Share ideas and support in our online community.
Join our group coaching calls every half term to help you set goals, share ideas and review your progress towards developing whole school wellbeing.
Gain feedback and support from your own qualified Worth-it Coach by using your termly coaching progress log.
Gain access and contribute to an inspiring library of effective practice from other schools and settings.
Case studies and examples provide a valuable opportunity to learn from other schools or settings embedding wellbeing.
Use the ideas from practice examples to inspire you as you develop mental health and wellbeing in your school.
Gain immediate access to examples and advice from other Senior Mental Health Leads.
Keep us updated as wellbeing evolves in your school or setting and becomes an integral part of your school/setting’s culture and ethos.
You can share the wellbeing impact you are making to the School Spotlight Sessions, making a valuable contribution to the library of examples.
Participating in practice examples can be used as evidence for any school mental health and wellbeing award you may be completing. It also demonstrates leadership beyond your own setting, part of becoming an advanced practitioner.
This is a behind the scenes of Wellbeing Club to see how it works.
Through using techniques and resources that develop an evidence-based, whole school approach to wellbeing, all children and young people learn strategies that support their wellbeing and resilience.
Using the positive psychology strategies, approaches and resources provided helps increase school capacity to reduce mental health problems and support at-risk cohorts of children and young people.
Sharing staff development resources helps create a simple but consistent approach that brings everyone together with a shared understanding of how they can develop whole school wellbeing.
Building a foundation of positive relationships, connection and belonging is essential for the development of staff, pupils, and whole school wellbeing. This is central to our approach and the support we offer inside Wellbeing Club.
Developing student and pupil voice-led approaches to reducing mental health stigma in your school enables many more children and young people to access mental health support earlier.
A whole school approach to wellbeing benefits teachers and staff as well as pupils. Supporting staff to learn strategies for wellbeing, stress management and reduction, helps them support pupil mental health and wellbeing.
Sue Webster, Pastoral Manager, Ibstock Community College
Keith Ellis, Head Teacher, Oakthorpe Primary
Kerry Hill, Head Teacher, Eyres Monsell Primary
We have a membership tier for each stage of your journey developing school mental health and wellbeing.
1-year access to:
Introduction to the role of SMHL (1.5hrs)
SMHL Wellbeing Pathway Course (9hrs)
Library of online guest expert workshops
Regular guest expert workshops
School mental health review
Wellbeing curriculum audit
Practical wellbeing CPD activities
Policy templates and examples
Half termly hotline drop-in in calls
Peer network of SMHL's
Examples of effective practice from other schools
Price per person
1-year access to EVERYTHING at the Starting tier PLUS
Wellbeing Toolkit (5hrs)
Staff Development Toolkit (3hrs)
Understanding Monitoring and Evaluation (2 hrs)
Understanding and Support Staff Stress (2 hrs)
Over 20 downloadable wellbeing curriculum resources for pupils
6 train-the trainer staff development resources to support pupil mental health
Peronalised welcome coaching call
Price per person
1-year access to EVERYTHING ath Starting and Developing tiers PLUS
Staff Wellbeing Toolkit (3hrs)
Parent Toolkit (3hrs)
Introduction to coaching young people (2hrs)
Staff wellbeing activities, planners and checklists
Activities to support parent and carers support their child’s wellbeing
Introductory coaching resources
2 x 30 minute personalised leadership coaching calls
Price per person
Worth-it is a DfE assured SMHL course provider. This allows Schools to apply for and obtain full DfE grant funding of £1200 for our Wellbeing Club Programme.enquire about funding
Developing whole school wellbeing can feel confusing and overwhelming especially if you are new to the role of Mental Health and Wellbeing Lead.
You may have many plans or ideas but don’t know where to start or what to do first that will make the biggest difference to pupils and staff wellbeing. Your enthusiasm to make a difference as a Mental Health Lead could be being met with resistance, leaving you feeling unmotivated or frustrated.
Wellbeing Club will support you through coaching, networking, training and resources to feel empowered and able to develop sustainable wellbeing for pupils, staff and your whole school community.
Create a sustainable approach to wellbeing.
Make wellbeing part of the way you do things in your school.
Embed wellbeing as a whole school ethos.
Develop taught and caught cross curricular approaches to wellbeing for all pupils or students.
Improve mental health and wellbeing support and prevent children and young people developing mental health problems.
Enable staff to improve their own levels of wellbeing to increase capacity to support pupils with theirs.
Are looking for a quick fix.
Are working in silos and not willing to look at a school wide ethos or approach.
Do not have a supportive leadership team who are willing to make wellbeing part of your school ethos.
Expect one person to develop whole school wellbeing on their own, without providing any time or support for them to be able to it.
Are not willing to make changes that impact on wellbeing for all.
See wellbeing as a tick box or an add-on they need to be seen to be doing.
Head over to our Full Programme Page to see what else Wellbeing Club offers.