TaMHS local toolkits
Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS) was a national project supported by the former government Department for Children, Schools and Families and the National CAMHS Support Service. It was a three year project established in 2008.
These resources are made available here with the permission of the individual TaMHS projects.
Targeted mental health in schools (TaMHS): London learning
A range of resources drawing together the learning from the TaMHS projects in London, including evaluation reports and case studies.
Publisher: London Health Programmes
Published Date: 29/03/2011
Targeted mental health in schools (TaMHS): Leicestershire project. A toolkit
This resource pulls together the learning from the nine schools who participated in the TaMHS project in Leicestershire. It is a practical tool for schools and contains: general information about mental health; how to promote positive mental health; interventions that schools could implement; evaluation tools; useful contacts, resources and further reading.
Publisher: Leicestershire County Council
Published Date: 31/03/2011
School wellbeing (website)
This website aims to be a one stop shop for staff in schools whose job it is to support wellbeing aspects of the school curriculum. The term ‘wellbeing’ spans a wide spectrum of themes. The site includes a library of resources, relevant for both curriculum and school leadership and management use in primary, secondary and special school settings. You can download lesson plans, schemes of work, policies, toolkits and downloadable training units to support school staff on their professional development pathway.
The Emotional Health section has a range of resources including those from the Leeds City Council succesful Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS) project.
Publisher: Healthy Schools and Well-being Service, Leeds City Council
Published Date: 22/09/2011