Personal Development

There is mounting evidence to show that low self-esteem is directly related to exclusion, early school leaving, truancy, lack of self-discipline and low academic achievement.

Many important skills can be nurtured in young people through their involvement with personal development programmes at primary and secondary school.

All resources publications help to identify the many benefits of participating in personal development programmes at a young age. This is all part of the process of building our own identity and we will examine these concepts in this section.

Personal Development Resources

[Resource Pack thumbnail] PSHE Activities
PSHE Activities (resource pack)

A set of A4 double-sided wipe-clean cards with activities and topics for discussion including alcohol & drugs, gender issues, bullying, depression and self-esteem.

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[Resource Pack thumbnail] Over To You
Over to You (resource pack)

A valuable resource pack covering self-esteem, motivation, confidence and self-awareness — a comprehensive trainer manual plus worksheets.

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[Resource Pack thumbnail] What Would You Do?
What Would You Do? (resource pack)

A series of plays involving a moral dilemma followed by activities to encourage discussion and further investigation.

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Personal Development Topics

Blog articles on personal development