Mental Health and Wellbeing
Here you will find useful resources - these will be updated regularly. Our wellbeing support pack has lots of helpful information and places that can offer you advice and support if you should need it.
A telephone line and online chat tool providing advice and guidance for parents, professionals and young people regarding emotional wellbeing and mental health difficulties.
Open 9am to 7pm - 0300 1111 022 (option 1 and option 1) www.nhft.nhs.uk/camhslive
CAMHS Connect - Consultation Line & CAMHS Live
We continue to be open from Monday to Friday 9am – 7pm each day for advice, guidance and support with concerns about emotional wellbeing and mental health for young people, their parents, carers and professionals.
Supporting your child during the coronavirus outbreak
Government guidance on supporting children and young people's mental health during the coronavirus
SCARF- PSHE RESOURCES
The resource we use in school for PSHE has produced home learning packs. Below are the links to the ones they have made so far. These sets of age-appropriate plans for years 1-6 are designed for schools to share with parents/carers.
Focus on children’s physical and emotional health and how we can look after this, particularly at this time of uncertainty and anxiety
Feature Harold and friends to link to the Daily Diary
Include a staying safe online module
My Daily Diary - by Harold
Week 1 Keeping Myself Healthy - inside and out!
Week 2 Staying safe online
Week 3 KINDNESS – also the focus of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week campaign (18th to 24th of May).:
Calming Activities, Mindfulness, Breathing, Yoga Videos and More...
An activity for grounding and calming
Legendary Learner Wellbeing Kit
Help your family create healthy digital habits. Whether your children are younger or in their teens, the Family Link app from Google can help you find a balance with technology together. Set digital ground rules to help guide them as they learn, play, and explore online on their Android or Chrome devices.