9 February, 2022
Children’s Mental Health Week – Naval’s Story
Children’s Mental Health Week – Naval’s Story My name is Naval and I work as an Account Director in Media and Advertising. If you had asked me ten years ago how my life would turn out, I would never have imagined that I would be where I am now. Today I want to share my story with you in the hope that it might inspire young people to open up about their mental health. I had what many would consider a very troubled childhood. I was placed in care soon after I arrived in England at the age of nine. […]
Children’s Mental Health Week – Service Families
Children’s Mental Health Week – Service Families Children of service members are a pupil premium group who face particular challenges due to the nature of service family life. These challenges can have a big impact on mental health. As part of Children’s Mental Health Week, Charlotte shares her insight on the resilience service children need in the face of these challenges, and offers advice on how we can all extend support to service children’s mental health and wellbeing. Charlotte highlights the following useful resources: Service Children’s Progression Alliance Service Children’s Progression Alliance video Naval Children’s Charity Little Troopers Charity Charlotte […]
25 January, 2022
Captain Polly Marsh & Major Heather Sharp – Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
25/01/2022 Capt Polly Marsh & Maj Heather Sharp KS 3-5 / S 1-6 What are the characteristics of a good leader? Watch our broadcast with Captain Polly Marsh and Major Heather Sharp to learn how developing your leaderships skills can improve your confidence, resilience, and employability skills.
17 January, 2022
Nigel Vardy – International Mountaineer, Author & Speaker
17/01/2022 Nigel Vardy KS 3-5 / S 1-6 A broadcast with Nigel Vardy AKA Mr Frostbite! Hear about Nigel’s experiences as a Mountaineer and his lessons in resilience. Nigel also speaks about the power of problem solving and taking risks.
9 November, 2021
Not Giving Up with Bernardine Evaristo and Vee Kativhu
Not Giving Up with Bernardine Evaristo and Vee Kativhu Bernardine Evaristo and Vee Kativhu Age: Key Stages 4 – 5; S 4 – 6 Subject: PSHE Topic: Not Giving Up Two years after her novel Girl, Woman, Other made her the first Black woman ever to win the prestigious Booker Prize, Bernardine Evaristo returned to Eltham Hill School, the secondary school she attended as a girl, to inspire and engage the current generation of students. In conversation with YouTube visionary, Vee Kativhu, she discussed resilience and the importance of not giving up.