Student Wellbeing Resource Updated

Published: 19 November 2019
The Student Wellbeing Resource has been updated with new information and sections to help schools to meet the needs of vulnerable pupils. The resource was been developed by Learn Sheffield, Sheffield City Council and provides information about a range of barriers that children and young people may face.

 

Learn Sheffield, Sheffield City Council and a range of providers come together in 2016 and 2017 to develop the Student Wellbeing Resource - and it has now been updated.

The resource is been divided into sections which address the variety of ways in which a child or young person could be vulnerable. Each section provides an overview of the barriers, some best practice advice, and links to available resources and local provision. The sections are as follows:

 

Bereavement

 

Body Image and Self-Esteem

 

Bullying

 

Child Sexual Exploitation

 

Children in Care and Care Leavers

 

Domestic Abuse

 

Eating Disorders

 

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

 

Forced Marriage

 

Gambling

 

Gender Equality

 

Hate Crime and Hate Incidents

 

Healthy Relationships

 

Honour Based Abuse

 

Housing and Supported Accommodation

 

LGBT+ Young People

 

Menstruation

 

Mental Health

 

Online Safety

 

Prevent and Radicalisation

 

Sexual Abuse

 

Sexual Consent

 

Sexual Harassment

 

Sexual Health

 

Substance Use-Misuse

 

Young Carers

 

Youth Crime

 

 

You can access the full resource here: https://www.learnsheffield.co.uk/Downloads/Resources/StudentWellbeingResources/Sheffield%20Student%20Wellbeing%20Resources%20-%202019-11.pdf

 

Alternatively you can access the resource and individual sections by visiting the Resources page on our website. It can be found as a tab in the middle of our homepage or here https://www.learnsheffield.co.uk/Resources/student-wellbeing-resource.

 

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