Mighty May Wellbeing Club Planning - Elsa Support

Mighty May Wellbeing Club Planning

This is our Mighty May Wellbeing club planning.

Many of you are running wellbeing groups at lunchtimes and after school. You will find lots of resources to help you do this from our free resource section.

Of course you could also use this planning as part of your ELSA role too. They could even be used whole class if needed. Give the link to your teachers!!!

Each month I will release a month’s worth of planning with links to resources that you can use. The planning will be released before the beginning of each month to give you chance to gather the resources.

Objective for sessions: To find ways to face your fears and be brave

Encouraging children to face their fears and be brave is essential for their development. By confronting fears, children build resilience, bouncing back from challenges with confidence. Overcoming fears boosts self-esteem, instilling a sense of accomplishment and trust in their abilities. It expands their comfort zones, making them more open to new experiences and opportunities for growth. Facing fears teaches valuable coping skills, fostering problem-solving abilities and independence. It also encourages exploration, empowering children to pursue their interests without fear holding them back. Ultimately, being brave prepares children for adulthood, equipping them with the necessary skills to navigate life’s challenges with resilience and confidence. By nurturing bravery in children, we empower them to embrace life’s adventures and overcome obstacles with courage and determination

Here’s what the Mighty May session looks like:

  1. Welcome and Feelings Check-in: Start by asking pupils how they’re feeling, and they can pinpoint their emotions using the chart you’ll print out.
  2. Main Activity: These are all hands-on. Activities such as  crafting, drawing, movement or colouring. Plus, there’ll be minimal writing involved.
  3. Relaxation: Wrap up with a calming activity to ease pupils back into their routine. It’s the perfect way to transition back to class smoothly.

Mighty May is part of our wellbeing year calendar resources.

We also have a leaflet for Mighty May

Download: Wellbeing club planning Mighty May


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