Resilience Revolution Blackpool resources

Resilience Revolution Blackpool resources

Resilience Revolution Blackpool resources

Below you will find some resources that have been co-produced as part of the Resilience Revolution by the children, young people and parents of Blackpool. The Resilience Revolution is a concept being worked on by the University of Brighton’s Centre of Resilience for Social Justice, Boingboing, Blackpool Council, Blackpool HeadStart, and other partners. They are focussing on using resilience approaches to develop new ways of working, and this is being piloted in a test and learn model right across the whole town of Blackpool to support young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

 

 

Resilience Revolution – Blackpool HeadStart

Resilience Revolution – Blackpool HeadStart

The Resilience Revolution is delivering an extensive programme of lasting change with disadvantaged young people in the town of Blackpool, through a successful £10.4 million Big Lottery HeadStart funding bid. Their work is based on research into resilience by Boingboing and the Centre of Resilience for Social Justice.

Parents and carers resilience workshops in Blackpool

Parents and carers resilience workshops in Blackpool

The Parents and Carers course is a 2 day course to help Parents and Carers of school age children understand what resilience is and consider their own resilience, in order to support building their children’s resilience too.

Academic Resilience Approach workshops in Blackpool

Academic Resilience Approach workshops in Blackpool

The Academic Resilience Approach workshop is for anyone keen to understand how to build resilience in school communities. For example headteachers, governors, SENCOs, teachers, school counsellors, educational psychologists and support staff.

Practitioner resilience workshops in Blackpool

Practitioner resilience workshops in Blackpool

Whether newly qualified, experienced, facing uncertainty, change or striving for a work life balance, this training course will support you to: Understand what presses your buttons; Explore your growing edges; Become aware of your limitations and challenges as a practitioner.

Resilience Revolution Annual Report 2019-2020

Resilience Revolution Annual Report 2019-2020

This annual report shares the fantastic work that is happening in Blackpool to make things better for all young people across the town. It documents all the things the Resilience Revolution community have been up to in the last year and the changes that are being made.

The Revolution Researchers Guide to Co-Producing Research

The Revolution Researchers Guide to Co-Producing Research

In this guide the Revolution Researchers spoke to young people that are part of HeadStart co-production groups to find out about their views and experiences of taking part in co-productive research and what co-production means to them.

The Revolution Researchers Guide to Co-Producing Research

The Revolution Researchers Guide to Co-Producing Research

In this guide the Revolution Researchers use their experience working as part of the Resilience Revolution to share valuable guidance and insight aimed at supporting those who wish to involve young people co-productively in research.

The Resilience Framework and Covid-19

The Resilience Framework and Covid-19

Inside this leaflet for Blackpool residents are two versions of our Resilience Framework. One created by young people for young people, and the Family Version – designed to be used by whole family groups or adults.

Same Pay for the Same Day campaign

Same Pay for the Same Day campaign

The Same Pay for the Same Day campaign is part of the Resilience Revolution, and aims to raise awareness of the difference in wages that young people earn in their workplace compared with other colleagues, simply based on their age.

Getting your head around conferences – Conference guide

Getting your head around conferences – Conference guide

We know that going to a conference can be intimidating. Why should you go? What are they for? What do you do there? In this guide to getting your head around conferences, we hope to answer these questions and provide tips to help you prepare yourself as best as possible.

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