Personal, Social and Health Education:

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Young People and Mental Health Awareness

According to a report by NHS Digital published in November 2018, mental health illnesses affect one in four older teenage girls aged 17 to 19, and one in eight people between the ages of five and 19 had a mental health disorder last year… (Read more)

PSHE Resources

All Resources provide resources covering personal, social and health education (PSHE, PSED, PSE, PSHEE, PSHCE and PSCHE). Our PSHE resource packs and training help young people cope with various personal issues and the pressures of modern life.

What is PSHE?

PSHE is a programme of education to help children and young people develop personal and social skills. The PSHE curriculum covers key values such as life skills and citizenship.

What is citizenship?

Citizenship equips young people with the knowledge and understanding to make a valuable contribution to their families, their communities and society as a whole.

For citizenship resources, please view our resource packs that cover a variety of issues related to lessons on citizenship.

How All Resources supports:


The problems students face can turn into school issues and our approach supports schools, teachers and young people.

Our resource packs examine issues such as bullying, teenage depression, alcohol & drug abuse, substance abuse, relationships, job hunting, suicide, truancy and early school leaving.


Our materials include trainer manuals and worksheets which can be incorporated into any lesson plans.

We deliver workshops based on our resource packs and offer a bespoke service where the resource pack or workshop is individually designed to meet the needs of your school or organisation.

Young people

The PSHE topics we address and the issues of young people have a huge impact on a young person’s well being and personal development.

Our focus is on personal, social and health education whereby young people are encouraged to develop confidence and self-esteem.