Resources

Free Resources

Here you will find a variety of resources to watch, download and complete for yourselves.  They are here to help and support children and young people to think about their life, emotions and situations they may be facing.

If you have any questions, please do get in contact with us at office@wycombeyfc.org.uk.

Our Character

(7-13 year olds)

Character is all about what we are like.  It all starts with what we think, and this influences what we say and do.  Come and explore your character over a series on 10 sessions.

'life'

(11-18 year olds)

Life has many ups and downs.  How can we make sure we have the skills, knowledge and understanding to be in the best position to not just get through the tough times, but to thrive?  Come and explore different skills through a series of 10 sessions.

Supporting Mental Health & Wellbeing

(9-18 year olds)

What do we mean when we say mental health? What does wellbeing mean?  It all relates to our state of mind – what we think and feel.  Mental health relates to our ability to cope with life – with events, situations and the stresses that we encounter.  

School Transition

(10-11 year olds)

There are many feelings, emotions and thoughts as you consider moving school – especially when you are moving to a secondary school.  Come and explore your feelings, thoughts and learn new skills that will help you in this transition, through a series of 9 sessions.

The Gospel according to Shrek

(4-12 year olds)

A series of 5 sessions based on the movie Shrek, exploring Bible stories to help us reflect upon our own life.

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Craft Activites

(5+ year olds)

A variety of craft activities that are not just fun to make, but are also a great resource for supporting mental health and well-being

Reflections & Thoughts

Have you ever just stopped and thought about life?  How you’re feeling?  What you’re thinking?  Things you are experiencing?

Well, you are not alone.

Why not check out our blog page?  It reflects on life, alongside exploring The Bible and what Jesus may say into situations.  

Now you have had a look at all the resources, and hopefully watched the videos and had a go at the activity sheets … we’d love to know what you think!

Why not tell us the things that have been helpful, what you have enjoyed, and if there is any way that we can make it even better!  You never know, your feedback may get featured on our website!

External Resources

Below are further resources, from other organisations and charities, that may be of interest and help and interest to you.   

Join Duggie Dug Dug and his crazy puppets “Loo” and “Rolls” for a really fun family show that will encourage you and make you laugh during these tough times.  Includes Bible stories, songs, fun and laughter.

Scripture Union: 

INspire: A brand new resource of daily videos to help inspire children and young people with The Bible.

Mental Health & Well being: Resources to help you engage children and young people in supportive and helpful conversation around the challenges that a child or young person may be facing.

Mind: National organisation website that has advice and support surrounding mental health and wellbeing.

British YFC: If you are a family who might usually go to church and are starting to explore new ways of sharing faith within the home or you’re a family that would like to start this for the first time, whatever your family looks like, here are resources to help and support you.

#Coping – family life during lockdown
Research shows that the stay-at-home and social isolation guidelines are putting huge pressures on family life. This helpful guide has been put together by a range of agencies including the local NHS, local authorities and the Berkshire West Safeguarding Children Partnership.

Parenting for Faith
Every family and situation is different. These five Key Tools will get you started, finding the best way for you to parent for faith in your family.