We're fully booked for the current school year. To book a session from September 2022 please use the contact form below.
This session is:
a Flexible to fit your timetable
a Adaptable for different ages
a Scaleable for all group sizes
a Affordable with funding available
Our content supports secondary curriculum for physical and mental wellbeing, plus inspection framework for personal development.
Our sessions are backed by Lancashire County Council and consistently rated 'Excellent' by staff and students at primary and secondary schools.
About this session
Our youth team worked with a professional counsellor and hundreds of students to develop our Emotional Wellbeing session.
The session helps students...
a Talk about what causes anxiety for their age group
a Think about how stress can affect young people
a Explore simple, positive ways to manage anxiety
We use memorable activities, group discussions and visual demonstrations to explore stress and anxiety. We ask students to give general examples which typically affect their age group, which often includes bullying, social media, exams, relationships and other pressures. With students leading the conversation, our team can tackle challenging themes in an age-appropriate way and suggest practical ways to cope with specific situations.
At the end of the session, all students are encouraged to take a free postcard which includes "Five ways to reduce anxiety" along with contact details for charities offering specialist support. For livestreamed sessions, we can send postcards to your school in advance.
Primary: Years 3-6
Secondary: Years 7-13
Small groups: up to 15 students
Classes: up to 30 students
Year groups: up to 200 students
Condensed: 60 minute session
Extended: 2 x 60 minute sessions (can be run on the same day or different dates)
School visit: £45/hour*
Bring your group to us: £30/hour
* plus travel costs if outside of Rossendale area
We don't want finances to be a barrier, and often have funded sessions available. Please use our contact form if you think your school would need help with funding.