Resources for schools and families
We publish free resources for professionals, parents, young people and others interested in mental and emotional wellbeing.
All resources are available as free downloads and free printed copies are available for most of our leaflets, posters and guides.*
*Printed copies of these resources are available free of charge, though we do ask for a donation to cover printing and postage for large orders. Where printed copies are available, they can be ordered by clicking our Order buttons below.
Information for suggested donation amounts and payment methods for large orders can be found here.
CWMT general guides
We are producing a series of mini guides on a range of subject. More will be added regularly so please do keep an eye out for any new publications.
Other resources for schools and families
Wellbeing action plan
*** Please read before ordering***
This is one of our most popular resources and has been designed with those children who need a little more support in mind. It is more suited for children in Key Stages 2 and 3, but also has benefits for those in Key Stage 4.
We do not recommend that you give it out to all pupils in your setting or year group. Instead, we suggest it is used to guide conversations with a pupil to help them identify their strengths and manage their wellbeing when they feel things are tough. This ensures safe and supportive conversations, while also safeguarding against any unhelpful thoughts which would otherwise not be picked up by an adult. It can also aid communication with parents and carers, and consistency of support between home and school.
Numbers are restricted to 100 per order; if you feel you would benefit from a larger quantity please contact us directly to discuss your needs.
Exam wellbeing guides
Wellbeing guides for teachers, pupils and parents
No Harm Done
Three short films, co-created with young people, parents and professionals, reflecting their real-life experiences of self-harm.
The films provide hope and give practical support to those affected by self-harm and counteract the negative and frightening messages widely available online. The accompanying digital packs, also co-created by young people, parents and professionals, dispel myths, answer frequently asked questions, provide practical advice and signpost to further help and support.
for young people
As a guide for large orders, this is how much bundles of 10 of each of the following costs us to print and post:
Wellbeing action plan - £1.60
Depression booklet - £1.50
How can I ask for help? - £0.90
Warning signs poster - £0.90
Coping with self-harm - £1.50
Parent's guide to depression - £1.80
For overseas orders, we can send you a sample pack containing one of each of our resources. If you would like multiple copies, we would ask for a donation towards postage costs.
You can make a donation for printing and postage via the 'Donate now' button below, or please contact us for other methods of payment.