The Webwise website provides information, advice and free education resources addressing a range of internet safety issues and concerns for young people, teachers and parents.
You can access it via the link below.
Mental Health Educate is a website that provides access to a range of resources about young people's mental health.
The resources are primarily aimed at educators but are free to use by anyone with an interest in exploring issues affecting young people's mental health.
The target age range for most of the resources is young people aged 13-21 years.
Some of the resources are available in both English and Irish.
Jigsaw has developed a toolkit for schools to support school staff to build the mental health literacy of young people, support them to manage their mental health and to develop help-seeking skills.
All the Jigsaw resources support young people to be actively involved in their learning so that they can develop wellbeing skills. These include a mix of methodologies including classroom discussions, animations, scenarios, reflective exercises, and other worksheets.
The toolkit also includes support materials for staff on the delivery of these resources so that they can use the resources in a way that meets the needs of their young people.
Click the link below for full details.