Youth Journals

Sport in Mind Youth Journal Ages 10-14 year olds

This vibrant, jam-packed, interactive journal provides an opportunity for young people to take care of their physical and mental health by completing a range of different activities linked to well-being. Those using the journal will be encouraged and guided through activities that will help them evaluate themselves and set themselves achievable targets as well as being given lots of information about ways to stay healthy both mentally and physically.

Cost £7.50 each plus p&p (This will be in the shop soon!) or FREE please enquire

In addition, we can offer small bespoke workshops to work alongside small groups of identified children and young people. They will be supported to work through the journal, bringing the activities to life. They will be encouraged to implement the skills that they have learnt.

Cost – FREE (until further notice)

Areas we are currently cover for this service: Berkshire and Oxfordshire.

 

Sport in Mind 14+ Journal

Similar to the youth journal this journal encourages healthy habits and is aimed at a slightly older age group.

Cost £7.50 each plus p&p (Click here to go to our shop!) or FREE - please enquire

In addition, we can offer small bespoke workshops to help small groups of identified children and young people to work through the journal, bringing the activities to life and supporting them to implement the skills they have learnt.

Cost – FREE (until further notice)

Areas we are currently cover for this service: Berkshire and Oxfordshire

 

Sport in Mind Workbook

If your child is 7-10 years old, and wants to explore ideas around activities relating to sport, exercise and mental well-being, the short Sport in Mind workbook is a great introduction and a great place to start before moving onto our Youth Journals. 

Workbook will be coming soon... 

 

Our journals have been created with the support of the Mr. Crocombe Legacy

 

Video Guide

Below is our helpful video guide - which will be able to answer many of your questions about our new Sport in Mind Youth Journals and how best to utilise them.