RESILIENT MOVES RESOURCES
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Download PDF CALENDAR:We share coping moves – fostering interests – calming down & selfsoothing – putting on rose tinted glasses – have a laugh –
LEARNING – Make school life work as well as possible, engage mentors for children & young people, map out a career/life plan, self organisation, highlight
Belonging – Finding a place to belong, understanding our place in the world, influences, relationships, hope, responsibilities. Download PDF
Basics – Being Safe, Healthy Diet Exercise and Fresh Air, Enough Sleep, Play & Leisure Download PDF
Coping #30 Solving Problems, #35 Asking for Help when needed This activity helps to consider which worries we can and cannot control, this alone can
About the Academic Resilience Framework
The Resilience Framework for Children and Young People (October 2012 adapted from Hart and Blincow with Thomas 2007) contains 42 different Resilient Moves. This is an everyday action that research and evidence has shown us can build resilience. By sharing Resilient Moves we will share a common language and ideas to build resilience. This is important now even more than ever. Click here to view the framework.
Thank you @boingboing, @youngminds, Headstart Resilience Revolution @HSBlackpool for sharing resources & inspiration for Resilient Moves. Dr Pooky Knightsmith for her resources, courses & getting us thinking @PookyH.