Children’s Mental Health is Everybody’s Business – Make it yours.

Butterfly Print supply a wide range of printed and physical resources designed to support Mentally Healthy Schools, whether it’s mental health journals designed to support children in every key stage, publications on how to deal with and effectively manage mentally healthy schools, or simply physical products to help manage stress (like our cool squeezable stress hearts). Our carefully selected and designed range of products is ideal to give you all the support education professionals need in creating what every child needs and deserves, throughout their education – Mentally Healthy Schools.

One of our key aims when we started our business was to make it easier for education professionals to access Mental Health resources, as Mentally Healthy Schools are something we feel very passionately about. It is widely agreed that promoting positive mental wellbeing of children is a key from early years right through to KS5, but often educators and childcare professionals find that they don’t have the right tools available to manage and discuss these issues. Our mental health resources are created by and in consultation with widely respected independent consultant Marilyn Tucknott of Koa Ltd to meet the needs of professionals and children across every stage of development. As well as personal journals for independent use, we offer a variety of tools and resources for staff to support the mental and emotional well-being of the children in their care, helping professionals at every level to meet and exceed the DfE and Ofsted guidelines for mental and emotional health.

The emotional well being journals, at all key stages, offers dynamic and ‘real life’ learning for children off all abilities. At a time when the curriculum area of Social, Emotional and Mental Health is under rapid development in schools, these journals and the associated Mental  Health Standards offer high quality support and guidance . They are well worth the investment, and ensure that we create “Mental Wealth“ in our children and young people.

Professor Barry Carpenter CBE,OBE,PhD.