Health & Wellbeing
Through this short critical reading text designed for upper primary, pupils see how Jessica and Emma have used the scientific method to answer the question: "Does the type of home affect piglet play or fighting?" Created by the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre |...
Through this short critical reading text designed for upper primary, pupils see how Tayla has used the scientific method to answer the question: "Do Rats Like Being Tickled?" Created by the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre at The University of Edinburgh.
Through this short critical reading text designed for upper primary, pupils see how Laura, a microbiologist, has used the scientific method to look for bacteria in sheep lungs. This resource was created by the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre at The University of...
In this teacher toolkit, we will provide some examples of investigation topics, give you some tips on how to support your learners and give you the opportunity to create your own investigations with your pupils. This resource was created by the Easter Bush Science...
A stacking rings activity to stimulate conversation around risk & resilience.
Our stacking rings activity was inspired by Dr Jehannine Austin’s jar analogy.
We are born with a certain amount of genetic vulnerability (yellow balls), but over time, we also accumulate stressful experiences (orange triangles), which can tip us over into an active episode of mental ill-health (full jar).
Protective factors such as exercise and good sleep add ‘rings’ to the top of our mental health jar, and expand its capacity.
A ‘paper chain people’ activity to stimulate conversation around stratified medicine
This activity was designed for a family science festival audience.
The resource provides a collection of wellbeing tools designed by young Citizen Scientists aged 10-21 years old. Children and young people are invited to test these wellbeing tools as young Citizen Scientists and to use them as self-help tools at their leisure. Children and young people are also invited to submit their own soothing images to the Project Soothe’s database which will be displayed in a gallery on the website.
Visit the South West Grid for Learning and you will find a huge range of support materials on making the internet a safer place to be. Check out these checklists…
This resource is a booklet with a collection of strategies for improving mental health and wellbeing, a list of youth support agencies and a section with templates to aid the completion of some strategies. The target audience for this resource is anyone aged 12+ This resource is for teachers, parents, carers, learners to use in Mental Health, PSE for Learners of Level 3 upwards.