It’s time for change
Mental health disorders are affecting almost 20% of the population, and all research points to the fact that prevention is much more effective than cure and that developing positive daily habits is key.
We need to equip children with the tools they need to navigate this ever-changing world, helping them become optimistic and resilient, become kinder and more compassionate, and enjoy higher self-esteem. This can be done with just 10 minutes a day allocated to the teaching of mental health and wellbeing strategies in schools.
It’s time for change. Join us, The Happy Confident Company, and join our movement by signing our petition now.
Why we launched this petition
The Happy Confident Company develops programmes and resources for children, families and schools to improve the happiness and confidence of children.
We believe that emotional intelligence and life skills such as self-belief, resilience, and compassion are essential to help children thrive. These skills need to be taught both in schools and at home.
And it takes only 10 focused minutes a day using the right tools to have a positive, profound impact on children, as proven by the tens of thousands of families and schools that already use our resources. We launched this campaign because 10 minutes a day can really transform our society.
FREE Resources for schools
As an example of what 10 minutes of well-being may look like in class, we are offering some of our tried and tested primary school resources FREE to all schools.
Hosted by Emma Willis, together with primary and secondary kids, and a crazy professor, HCMtv is a brand new 10-episode programme teaching children key powers from self-awareness, to optimism, interoception to growth mindset, resilience to mindfulness, creativity, compassion and more. Delivered in neat 10 minute chunks.
If you’d like to sign up to receive HCMtv and it’s associated activities, perfect for upper KS2, and find out about other free resources for early years and KS1, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.