The Just Talk Hertfordshire partner agencies have worked together to produce a large number of resources to be used with young people and parents. They're to raise mental health awareness and normalise conversations about mental health.
JustTalk are launching a competition, for both primary and secondary school students. This will be a design task, where the students create an informational poster or leaflet, incorporating wellbeing messages that they have learnt during JustTalk Week or from completing the new Five Ways to Wellbeing e-learning. For more information on the competition, please email JustTalk@hertfordshire.gov.uk
These have been designed to engage particularly with boys and young men, but they can be used with girls or mixed groups also.
Toolkits and guidance
Contains all the information and resources you need to promote the Five Ways to wellbeing.
Contains all the information and resources you need to promote Just Talk in your school or college (Years 5-13). Contact us if you need hard copies.
Contains all the information and resources you need to promote Just Talk at youth groups, sports clubs or other groups of young people aged 9 or over.
Guidance for any individual, team or organisation that promotes or engages people in mental health services.
Make sure you're doing enough to engage with boys and men
Promoting the mental wellbeing of children and young people in Hertfordshire Schools
Free ready made resources, videos and toolkits for School professionals, parents and young people
Information for children and young people