‘Wellbeing in Education’ – transitions and resilience
Young people can experience a wide range of wellbeing difficulties as they progress through school, college and higher education
Watch our ‘wellbeing in education – transitions’ animation to explore how 16 year old ‘Ananya’ and her family managed some of the challenges this year has presented. Moreover, how she and her older brother adopted a positive approach to keep their minds and bodies healthy and their education on track throughout the spring and summer of 2020. This animation covers themes such as resilience that will be of use to young people now and in the future.
‘Ananya’: transitions and resilience This short animation features student ‘Ananya’ and her experience facing a situation outside of her control. It showcases how she built up the resilience to stay positive and helped her brother to do so too.
We suggest that the animation is viewed/explored by a young person with or via a member of staff in school or a similar setting. Download the pdf for further information.
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