We're making our education programme tools and resources available to help you support young people during this time. 

We'll be adding more over the coming weeks, so please do keep checking back for more and let us know what you think on social media by tagging us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using @PrincesTrust.

All Worth It 

L’Oréal Paris fund our All Worth It sessions, which offer great support for young people to build their self-esteem and confidence from home. More articles and resources can be found here.

Employability 

Relationships 

Confidence 

Alphabet Challenge 

Complete the tables with a word that begins with each letter of the alphabet, based on the theme of the worksheet. 

Career Planning and Presentation Skills 

Communication 

Explore different ways to communicate with each other and put your learnings to the test with these worksheets. 

CV Writing

Develop the skills you need to create a 'stand out' CV. 

Digital Skills 

Learn all about digital skills, including how to stay safe online, how to best use the internet for research and how to use technology to present information.

For parents 

For teachers 

​Interpersonal Skills 

Develop interpersonal skills through these exercises and activities. 

For parents 

Journal Entries

Develop a positive habit for journal writing, to help tell your story. 

Personal Shield 

Populate the shield with images and words that represent you. 

Personal Project and Presentation Skills

Learn more about yourself and things you're interested in and then develop skills on how to present to others.

For teachers 

Social Enterprise

Discover how social enterprises develop from idea to reality and use these exercises to help you understand what you're passionate about. 

Week in the Life 

Think of someone you admire and consider what their week looks like.

Can't Talk, Write

Our research, in partnership with Action for Children and Royal Mail, shows that over a third of children and young people explore their thoughts and feelings on paper or engage in creative writing to boost their mental health. That's why we've created a toolkit to help young people put pen to paper, packed with tips, advice and exercises to help improve their mental and emotional wellbeing.

The young people's toolkit is for 11 to 18-year-old and the educator's toolkit is for those working with young people. Both include printable activities and ideas to get young people writing.

Please note: using materials on this webpage may help to evidence learners’ achievements for the qualification; however, it is a centre's responsibility to ensure all evidence produced meets the required learning outcomes and assessment criteria