We Can Week is a celebration that aims to increase children’s understanding of their physical and mental well-being. Although We Can Week 2022 was held between February 14th-18th, schools, youth clubs and parents can join in with the celebrations anytime they wish throughout the year. All you have to do is access the resources below.
There are resources for young children in nursery all the way up to year 11. Children and young people can take part both in and out of school.
Let us know what you are getting up to by using the links to the public Padlets below. We’d love to see photos, videos and stories being shared. Please ensure you have the correct permission before sharing these with us. We would like to use the shared content on our social media.
From follow-along yoga videos and scavenger hunts to pinwheel breathing and glitter jars. Resources for Mindful Monday help children and young people to explore emotions and learn how to process, seek support and look after their mental well-being.
Tasty Tuesday is all about supporting children and young people to access and enjoy healthy eating opportunities and understand the importance of a healthy diet. Resources include information about hydration and nutrition, tips for parents and fun worksheets to help children learn what’s healthy and what’s not as healthy.
Exploring the positive effects of being active outdoors and prioritising positive behaviours, Well-being Wednesday covers lots of topics to help children look after their wellbeing.
From Oral health to being outside, there are worksheets, games, word searches and much more to help children and young people’s well-being.
Together Thursday focuses on exploring the benefits of being connected to each other and understanding the importance of inclusivity. Resources look at friendships, relationships, bullying and what makes us unique.
Physical Activity Friday aims to highlight the importance of building physical activity into our daily routines, how to achieve this, and the benefits of being physically active.
Resources include games, scavenger hunts and so much other fun to help children reach the goal of 30 active minutes in school and 30 at home.