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Five Ways to Wellbeing for Children and Young People

Good Thinking has launched a new resource as part of its ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing” series. Five ways to Wellbeing for Children and Young People has been developed in collaboration with Partnership for Young London, ensuring that that the needs and views of young people are closely integrated into the resource. It provides advice and guidance for young people on looking after their mental health and wellbeing by:

 

  1. Connecting with others to share positive experiences and offer support;
  2. Being physically active
  3. Learning a new skill or taking on a new challenge
  4. Giving to others through, for example, community involvement
  5. Focusing on the present moment and taking time for self-care

 

Five Ways to Wellbeing for Children and Young People is supported with a communications toolkit, including social media assets and youtube videos to help promote the campaign.

 

Social media assets

The below assets can be used to promote the Five Ways to Wellbeing for Children and Young People toolkit across social media channels.

Connecting with others

Being physically active

Learning something new

Giving to others

Focusing on the present moment