Are your students demotivated, distracted, disengaged or demoralised?
Our engaging film and lesson plan packages deliver authentic, real-world teaching experiences
which equip your students to thrive.
MENTAL WELLBEING LIFE LESSONS
Mental Health Support for Young People Everywhere
Inspiring lessons that build emotional resilience, international mindedness and improved wellbeing.
90% of teenagers trialling this project said it “made me feel better about my life”.
We want to help young people in the UK and worldwide as well as in Nepal. When we saw the positive impact we were having on young people in the UK following the release of our film, ‘Children of the Snow Land’, we developed lesson plans to accompany this award-winning feature documentary film.
With our learning packages, our young people in Nepal can inspire and teach children and teenagers worldwide.
By participating in our education programme you will also be helping us to support the children in Nepal to maintain contact with their families.
“Reminded me we should cherish life and appreciate parents.”
When you sign up, everything you need is instantly available within your private members area online.
You’ll get instant access to the film, lesson plans and resources for the teacher/facilitator, which will provide you with everything you need for impactful lessons and engaging discussions with your students.
You’ll also be invited to our peer sharing group, allowing you to communicate with other schools and even the Snowland community in Nepal.
“Made me realise how lucky I am to have family and school.”
Why teach with us?
The stories of the children and young people in the film teach incredible perspective, hope and heart: the three young protagonists in the film have spent their lives from age 4 until age 16 living and studying inside the Snowland School grounds, without contact with their families.
However, they have emerged as 16-year-old teenagers with all the qualities and strength we all need:
Patience and gratitude for the
life they have
Determination to make the most
of the education for which they
have made such a sacrifice.
Teaching life skills
The patience, hope, courage, resilience and character these young people demonstrate is relevant and inspiring for young people in the UK and worldwide, as is their determination to make the most of their education and the world they can access, no matter how limited that may be.