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(Featured resource)The Peacemaker Project is carried out in partnership with schools to help schools create more peaceful communities. This is done by delivering training to both adults and children.


(Featured resource)SUMO stands for Stop, Understand, and Move On, and is designed to empower children, young people and teachers. SUMO4Schools teaches skills such as dealing with change, building better relationships, developing a resilient attitude, improving motivation and, developing better coping strategies.

The SUMO Guy (Paul McGee)

(Featured resource)Author, speaker and HeadStart Wolverhampton partner Paul McGee wrote the book ‘Shut Up and Move On’ (or, as used in school programmes ‘Stop Understand Move On’). The book and the strategies within aim to help people deal with change, develop resilience, increase employee engagement, inspire others and build better relationships.

ReachOut Professionals

ReachOut Professionals believes that with the right tools, any young person can be happy and resilient. They provide recommendations and advice for youth support workers, and educational professionals on a range of online interventions, tools and resources that can be used to support young people experiencing mental health difficulties and to build young people’s wellbeing and resilience.

Base 25

Base 25 is a young person’s drop in centre based in Wolverhampton city centre. They offer a wide range of advice covering numerous topics including; child sexual exploitation, gangs, anger management, gender based project, young dads work and, counselling.


Jigsaw PSHE brings together Personal, Social, Health and Economic education, emotional literacy, social skills and spiritual development in a lesson-a-week programme. Designed as a whole school approach, Jigsaw provides a comprehensive scheme of learning for Foundation Stage to Year 6. It makes teachers’ lives easier by providing well-structured progressive lesson plans with all the teaching resources included.