Free resources to help you feel your best
Good mental wellbeing is important for everyone. It helps us cope with life’s pressures and enables us to make positive choices.
Free Bupa Foundation Personal Energy Workshops
Since 2020 the Bupa Foundation has shared Personal Energy workshops for free.
We've helped over 6,000 people who work for charities and people who work in schools to manage their energy.
Workshops help to:
Raise self awareness about your personal motivations for having good energy and what's affecting your energy and wellbeing
Understand how you treat your body affects your energy, with tools to keep a positive mindset
Identify simple ways to manage your energy every day with a Personal Energy action plan
“It provided [us] with space to consider our own wellness and gave very practical, implementable techniques which I could use straight away."
"I would say it had an immediate impact on my wellbeing. It gave me a chance to reflect, which as a busy individual I don’t often do."
Take part in a free Personal Energy workshop. Choose the option that works best for you:
1. Personal Energy Online
Take the Personal Energy Workshop at your own pace
2. Personal Energy Live
Join our Wellbeing Coaches for a live Personal Energy workshop
More free resources
Bupa mental health hub
When it comes to mental health, normal is different for all of us. And we all need a little extra help at times.
Bupa's mental health hub provides free videos, podcasts, tools and articles, put together by experts. The resources cover topics including coping with depression and dealing with stress.
Well Schools Movement
Well schools put wellbeing at their heart. They improve education outcomes by supporting school staff, senior leaders and young people.
It isn’t a programme, quality mark or intervention; it’s about schools coming together to drive change, share challenges and solutions and help find support.
Resources to support young people
We worked with Mind to empower better mental wellbeing in young people. The free online resources can be helpful for the young people who are having a difficult time or are struggling with how they are feeling.
Free copies of The Happy News for schools
“I believe that children deserve to be hearing about the good stuff going on in the world and not constantly surrounded by terror and fear. I want to encourage and inspire children to find their own happy news and look for the kindness in their schools and communities“. Emily Coxhead, Founder, The Happy News.
Any school in the UK can sign up and be in with a chance of receiving free newspapers each quarter, supported by the Bupa Foundation.