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Get your 2023 off to a flier

Happy New Year! We hope you had a lovely restful Christmas and we wish you a brilliant 2023.

We want to do all we can to help you be successful so we have got a number of opportunities for you here to get your 2023 off to a flier. These include:

  • Your school wellbeing scorecard

  • A range of taster resources

  • Online teacher training courses

  • In person teacher training courses

  • Conference dates for your diary

  • Consultancy

  • Blogs on trauma informed practice in PE

  • Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools working paper features our RISE Up programme

  • Trusted partner opportunities

Scroll down to find out more.

A New Year, New Goals

A new year brings a chance to reflect on the past year and set goals for the next 12 months. Like you, we have got ambitious plans for 2023.

We remain more committed than ever to our mission of:

"Guiding 15,000 teachers so that they can give their students a tool box of self care strategies so young people have the skills to manage their mental wellbeing to transform their life chances."

Our goal at Future Action is to make all of our partners' lives easier by transforming their relationships with their young people in order to reduce their students' anxiety, build their confidence and transform their futures.

In October we will be launching our book on early intervention programmes, trauma informed practice and the link between physical activity and mental wellbeing in collaboration with Scholarly.

We will be launching our new course on implementing trauma informed practice in PE, our founder Neil Moggan will be speaking at some great conferences this spring time and we will be developing the consultancy aspect of our work.

How we can help you:

Your school wellbeing scorecard

The complimentary School Wellbeing scorecard has been created to help you identify the areas your school needs to focus on to transform the wellbeing of your students.

You will be scored in the following key areas

[1] Activities

[2] Habits

[3] Mental Fitness

[4] Whole School Impact

You will receive your own personalised report with top tips to enhance the quality of your provision.

Click on the image to take the scorecard.

A range of taster resources

We have got a wide range of taster resources so you can access our content in a style that best suits you. We have got taster online courses, case studies, brochures and videos so you can get some inspiration.

Online teacher training courses

If you are ready to take the next step and deepen your knowledge about Early Intervention Wellbeing programmes, why not take a look at our online RISE Up teacher training course.

The course can be accessed anytime, anywhere and comes with a whole host of editable resources to save you precious hours of planning time.

In person teacher training courses

We appreciate that some people prefer to learn with like minded colleagues and develop a wider community so if you would prefer to be trained face to face by our founder Neil Moggan please get in touch here so we can provide for your needs.

Conference dates for your diary

Our founder Neil Moggan will be presenting at a number of exciting conferences in March.

On 1st March Neil will be presenting at the YST National PE Conference in Telford on Trauma Informed Practice in Physical Education. It is great to see that the theme for this year is 'The power of PE, sport and play to improve mental health'.

The YST conference is always a great event full of inspirational speakers & opportunities. To find out more about the YST conference click here.

From Saturday 11th to Sunday 12th March Neil will be at the Innovative Education Summit in Malvern. Neil is presenting on the Sunday on implementing Early Intervention Wellbeing Programmes. It is going to be a great event with a fantastic range of speakers such as Professor Steve Peters and Michael Allison from The Play Zone presenting over the weekend. To find out more about the Summit click here.

On Wednesday 22nd March, Neil will be presenting at the Liverpool School Sports Partnership Conference on Early Intervention Wellbeing Programmes, Trauma Informed Practice and an extremely exciting project taking shape for Liverpool's teachers and young people. Watch this space for more information.


Neil Moggan is now working with a number of schools to support their wellbeing programmes and also wider PE provision.

If you would like to find out more about opportunities to partner together to help you achieve your goals then please book a call here so we can discuss your needs.

Blogs on trauma informed practice in PE

We are going to be speaking a lot about the power of trauma informed practice in transforming outcomes for your young people and you over the next year.

At the end of 2022, we released the first 2 blogs in a 6 part series and received a tremendous response from a wide number of people both within and outside our community.

If you would like to catch up on them, they are here for you:

Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools working paper features RISE Up programme

In December our RISE Up programme featured in the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools working paper.

We share similar values to the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools as we both focus on evidence-based solutions which address the needs of schools, pupils and parents/carers needs; the development of a professional community of school mental health experts; and leading innovation within the area.

The paper is an opportunity to connect educational practice, policy and process focusing on the sharing of good practice, case studies, think pieces and book reviews related to mental health in schools.

Trusted partner opportunities

We appreciate that everyone has different priorities for 2023 depending on their setting and for some of you student wellbeing is not one of them if they are thriving.

Therefore, why not check out our trusted partners who may be able to help you with your specific goals. They are all brilliant at what they do and we would be very happy to introduce you to key people within these organisations.

We finish off by wishing you a brilliant 2023 and thanking you in advance for all that you will give to your young people throughout this year.

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