Happy Space UK has undertaken research and interviewed wellbeing professionals, academics and university wellbeing services. We learned that there are some aspects of everyday living that can prove crucial to the prevention of student mental health issues. These aspects seemed to repeatedly fall into the categories of “food”, “finance”, “mind”, “body” and “art” and we use these five "pillars of wellbeing" as a framework for our student Guidebooks.
The Guidebook comprises of thoughtful and relevant content from a variety of truly fantastic contributors. The response to our first Guidebook , which were all delivered to students around the UK, free of charge. Now we have developed our own junior book for ages 8-11 and sixth form and university book.
We have worked alongside schools to create tailor-made Guidebooks with engaging and personalised pages. We only charge for printing cost and delivery. We have now created Guidebooks for schools such as Thomas's Clapham, James Allen's Girl School and Frensham Heights.
Our Guidebooks are targeted at students in transitional stages, i.e., for years 6-7 and sixth form and university.
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Junior guidebook and lesson plans
One Young World Book
Sixth Form and University Book
We've developed a junior book for students aged between 8 - 11 filled with expert tips and tools, interactive games and activities to promote good mental health and an accompanying 7 week lesson plan for year 6/7 classrooms.
Thanks to a grant from One Young World and The Bill and Mellisa Gates Foundation, we were able to distribute 2500 books to junior students around the country, in response to the Covid 19 crisis.
We've developed a book aimed at those students leaving Sixth Form and first years at university to aid in the transition. These includes articles from experts in their fields and celebrity interviews with Stephen Fry and Rylan Clark Neal.