Children’s mental health- Confidence Scale #findyourbrave

This is a confidence scale which I have created for ‘Children’s mental health week’ for scaling how confident a pupil may feel. It is differentiated for boys, girls and for older students.

This will fit in nicely with #findyourbrave  which is about being brave or confident to do something.

Being brave might be as simple as talking to someone about something. It can be hard to find the confidence sometimes.

I would recommend you use this thermometer to scale how confident a child feels before and after an incident. Sometimes having a go and achieving something can really boost their confidence levels. It might make them feel they can be confident next time.

Children’s Mental Health week, other resources

For other free resources for ‘ findyourbrave then check the ‘Jar of Courage’ and also ‘My brave book’

Download: Confidence scale


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