About All Resources

All Resources provides workbooks, resources packs and workshops for schools, youth organisations and businesses throughout the UK and Ireland. Our aim is to work with teachers, youth workers, employers and HR departments to help them foster a positive atmosphere conducive to learning where people thrive.

Resource Packs

We have produced many resources that enable people to develop self-awareness, confidence and self-esteem and work together as a team. Our packs are particularly effective at nurturing skills and attributes which enable people to cope with the challenges they are faced with daily. The packs and workshops cover areas such as bullying, self-esteem, depression, substance abuse, relationships, gang membership, finances and anger management.

Our resource packs include a trainer's manual with step-by-step instructions, worksheets and handouts. In this way, the programmes can be delivered by your own staff. Alternatively, we have a team of highly experienced trainers who can deliver the workshops at your school or organisation.

All Resources recognises that the individual needs of different schools and companies are different. We therefore offer a bespoke service where the resource packs and workshops are individually designed to meet the needs of your organisation. The course length, content and emphasis will be specifically designed to fit your requirements so that you and your organisation get the maximum benefit.

We also offer ‘Train the Trainer’ sessions to ensure you are familiar with the material if you wish to deliver your own workshops.

Remember:

  • Our level of achievement is influenced by how we see ourselves
  • Self-esteem is the key to learning and the gateway to progress
  • Lack of self-esteem reduces our chances of reaching our full potential

Together, we can build a positive and secure future for everyone.

Workshops

We recognise that there are numerous demands on teachers in today's schools. Very often, there just aren't enough hours in the day and personal, social and health education can sometimes be overlooked. However, participating in such education is the first step towards building confidence and motivation in students.

There is mounting evidence to show that low self-esteem is directly related to early school leaving, truancy and low academic achievement. Self-esteem is therefore central to a young person's academic and emotional development.

All Resources workshops help young people develop strategies to cope with the various challenges they are faced with daily. They learn new skills and focus on positive qualities which help them understand themselves and those around them. They start to think about what they can achieve and are encouraged to take control of their lives and their futures.

Our workshops are delivered by fully trained and highly experienced trainers who understand how to make an effective contribution to the training and development of others. The workshops include:

  • exercises
  • activities
  • discussions
  • role plays
  • group work
  • brainstorming
  • quizzes

If a member of staff would like to deliver the workshop, we can provide a ‘Train the Trainer’ session at a time to suit you.

Go here for a full list of our resource packs.

We also offer a bespoke service where the programme length, content and emphasis are individually designed to meet your requirements. For more information, see our bespoke service.

Training Programmes

Teachers are in a unique position — you are entrusted with the future of our young people. You can make a difference and enable our young people to make informed decisions, and All Resources programmes will benefit your organisation by helping young people grow emotionally as well as academically.

All Resources workshops are designed to enable young people to make an effective contribution to society. To get the best out of the training materials, trainers need to understand how to contribute to the training and development of others.

Our ‘Train the Trainer’ sessions will give trainers the basic skills and knowledge needed to deliver the workshops effectively. They act as a foundation, enabling trainers to develop the specialist skills of identifying training needs, training design, training delivery and training evaluation.

If a member of staff would like to find out more about delivering the workshops, we can provide a ‘Train the Trainer’ session at a time to suit you.

Bespoke Programmes

All Resources recognises that the individual needs of schools and youth organisations differ greatly. We therefore offer a bespoke service where the resource packs and workshops are individually designed to meet the needs of your organisation. The course length, content and emphasis will be specifically designed to fit your requirements so that you and your organisation get the maximum benefit.

Initially, we will contact the person who requested the training to discuss their organisation's requirements. We will then produce a bespoke training programme which specifically tackles the school's expectations and needs. Here is how our bespoke service works:

  • First we will identify the training needs of your school. What particular issue would you like to focus on?
  • We will then produce a number of learning objectives to establish what your students will be able to do at the end of the training.
  • We will draw up an evaluation sheet to be used at the end of the training. This will be used to produce an outline for the training.
  • We will discuss the various ice breakers, exercises, activities, discussions, role plays, group work etc that will be used throughout the programme.
  • All Resources will then produce a bespoke training programme based on the criteria as outlined above.
  • Finally, we will deliver the programme, answer any queries and iron out any potential problems before the material is signed off for use by your school.

Community Programmes

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide a holistic approach to the issues affecting young people, we are currently developing a series of community programmes which tackle local, national and global issues and lead to improved social and community involvement. We aim to provide community projects which are easily available, accessible and affordable to local communities, particularly in areas of disadvantage.

The purpose of our community programmes is to link projects and people at ground level, whilst at the same time providing support, resources, training and above all an opportunity for people to meet and share ideas.

How All Resources Supports Teachers

There are more demands on teachers in the 21st century than at any other time. All Resources realises how crucial it is for teachers to have a place where they can share ideas, tips, resources and advice. As well as providing up-to-date information on current legislation and best practice, we produce a wide range of resource packs for students covering bullying, self-esteem, depression, substance abuse, relationships, job hunting, finances, career decisions and study skills. As part of our commitment towards promoting autonomy and respect, we also provide resources covering teaching skills, bullying in the workplace, worklife balance and workplace stress.

How All Resources Supports Parents

All resources realises how stressful it can be to raise children and young people in today's society. There are so many issues to deal with, from alcohol and drug abuse through to bullying, relationships and depression. We have therefore drawn together a host of tips and advice to help parents cope with the stresses and strains of family life.

Many parents have little or no understanding of legislation affecting them and their families, from parental leave and flexible working through to school bullying and the National Curriculum. We believe it is important for parents to have a clear understanding of what to expect from their employers and their children's schools, which is why All Resources provides the tools to enable parents to take control of their lives.

How All Resources Supports Young People

Young people often feel under pressure from their family, school or friends. This pressure is centred on school exams, bullying, starting work or college, alcohol and drugs, making and keeping friends, and relationships to name a few. As part of our commitment to young people, All Resources has produced a range of resources to help young people develop coping strategies as well as self-awareness, confidence and self-esteem. Our resources cover many issues such as bullying, self-esteem, depression, substance abuse, relationships, job hunting and study skills. Our aim is to nurture skills and attributes which enable young people to cope with the issues and challenges they are faced with daily.