I had a black dog; his name was depression – a video produced by the World Health Organisation describing how depression can feel.
See Me has developed a toolkit called What’s on your Mind for teachers and young people.
Time to Change offers a range of resources for use by those working with young people, particularly in school environments.
Resources specifically for use in primary schools produced by the NHS.
The Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) has produced materials with and for teachers to use in the classroom. Accessing the free resources involves a quick sign up process.
The Mental Health Foundation showcases a pupil peer education project aimed at breaking the stigmas around mental ill health.
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families has produced materials for teachers to use in the classroom. One example is a Mental health toolkit for schools, accompanied by a trainer video.
Mentally Healthy Schools offer a resource library, aimed at use in primary schools.
YoungMinds provides a range of resources for use with pupils. A short, free sign up process is required to access resources.