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Our PSHE courses for children

Our primary and secondary PSHE courses give schools the tools they need to help students develop resilience, whether or not they have a parent with a mental health difficulty.

The courses are a suite of lessons, complementing existing PSHE programmes and schemes of work in schools. The aim is to introduce the topic of mental illness and to support students’ mental health and well-being. Teacher guides, clever games, creative resources and class discussion are all included. We also provide online training to build staff confidence in recognising and supporting children who have a parent with a mental illness, embedding mental health awareness in the school culture.

Designed in consultation with teachers, young people and mental health professionals, the courses have been carefully crafted to offer full support to school staff and students. You can find out more about each one below.

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“I would absolutely recommend it! The resources you get, they’re all there for you. It’s a really informative project and Our Time does all the work for you.”

– Jason Summers, Pastoral Care Lead, Kaizen Primary School

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In person, digital, blended training – you decide

Our Time offers a range of training options that can be built around your school’s needs. Staff can learn in their own time or as part of a group, online or offline, live or through e-learning – the choice is yours.

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We run our lessons on PSHE days

If you would like us to deliver our PSHE lessons to your students in person on a PSHE day, our fantastic PSHE tutors are on hand to provide a fun, interactive and thought-provoking experience for your students.

Our courses

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Primary PSHE courses

Fun, interactive and creative. Each session includes a mixture of discussion tasks, practical activities and games, helping students to understand more about their own and others’ mental health. The topics are introduced in a sensitive and age-appropriate manner through the use of fictional characters, while also supporting basic literacy and comprehension skills.

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Secondary PSHE course

Our PSHE course has been designed to support teachers every step of the way. We provide training with the package, as well as intuitive guides and resources that are classroom-ready.

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Our charges for PSHE courses are based on the number of children in school.

  • £150 for 150 pupils or under
  • £250 for 150-400 pupils
  • £500 for 400+ pupils


If your school is part of a multi academy trust (MAT), we would be pleased to offer you a licence fee for one, two or three years for all schools included. Please contact us to discuss.

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