Resources from Be You
Published: 18 May 2020
This article provides wellbeing tips and strategies to help educators and schools cope with change and recover from the pandemic.
Published: March 24
Early learning services have some unique challenges as they deal with the coronavirus pandemic. To begin with, educators can’t practise social distancing when working with young children. This article provides information to help educators look after children’s, and their own, mental health during the pandemic.
Published: March 20
The sense of community that schools offer is important to maintain for children and young people to help them cope with the changes caused by the pandemic. This article provides information to support the wellbeing of educators, children and young people on site in schools.
Published: June 22
Alison Charman is the Be You Action Team Leader at Sawyers Valley Primary School in Western Australia. Alongside school principal, Fiona Collopy, they discuss how the school has provided support to their learning community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published: June 22
Alison Charman is the Be You Action Team Leader at Sawyers Valley Primary School in Western Australia. Alongside school principal, Fiona Collopy, they discuss the school’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how they've been using Be You to help them.
Be You Consultants are continuing to provide support to schools by phone and online, including suicide postvention response and recovery. As part of this work, the Consultants help schools adapt the Be You Suicide Postvention Toolkit to their unique setting.
The Mental Health Services and Support infographic is a snapshot of the mental health and community support services available for children, young people, families, carers and educators.
Online events and Check-Ins
Be You regularly runs online events for schools and early learning services, offering insights and support from Be You Consultants and other experts. The National Check-In events also offer the opportunity to talk with other educators.