Schools Program Resources

Educational Resources

Colouring in Competition - Lower Primary

Colouring in Competition - Upper Primary


Classroom Energisers

High School Self-Assessment

Mood Diary

Schools Poster for Students

Schools Factsheets

Being Mentally Healthy High School

Being Mentally Healthy Middle School

Being Mentally Healthy Primary School


Stay physically, socially, spiritually and mentally active, e.g. read a book, dance, go for a walk, call a friend, play a musical instrument. Being active helps keep us alert, builds friendships, lifts our spirits and helps us cope during stressful times. 

Keep up friendships, join a club and take part in community events, e.g. join a local sport team, music or arts group. Belonging builds friendships, gives us a sense of identity, creates opportunities for meaningful participation, strengthens communities and it simply feels good to be part of something bigger than ourselves.

Put a little more effort into the things you do, try things that are challenging and help others where you can, e.g. help out a friend with their homework, help an elderly person with their garden, learn a new skill such as playing chess or even cooking fresh veggies from the school garden. These activities give meaning and purpose to life so that we feel better about ourselves and other people.

Where to get help

  • Samaritans Youthline WA - 1800 198 313

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