Help young people to recognise their strengths and use these to build confidence for the future.
Emotional well-being is not a stand-alone feature but is linked to our ability to flourish and achieve. Happy young people will learn and perform better in school than those who are unhappy. They are more energetic, focused and creative and better able to form friendships.
This clear guide shows how to use practical activities to promote thoughtful discussions, engaging, strength-building exercises and confidence boosting fun to enable young people to recognise their personal strengths and use these to build healthy habits, set effective targets and make value-based decisions.