It has never been more important to support our pupil’s mental health and well being. The coronavirus pandemic has brought many new and unexpected challenges not only to adults, but also to children’s mental health and wellbeing. First of all, if you are struggling to cope with work or are feeling down because of the current situation, let someone know. Talk to your parents or another family member. Speak to a teacher. Ms English is always there to speak to via Teams.
With that in mind, I would like to share some resources. First of all, I have a five ways to well-being booklet to share with you alongside a well-being journal.
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What are the five ways to well-being? They are:
- Keep Learning
- Be Active
- Take Notice
Everything you need to know is in the booklet. Have a look and why not download the journal and fill it in.
If this inspires you, then why not take part in the 30-day well-being challenge? We would love to see what you can achieve! And rest assured, whilst it has never been more important to support our pupil’s mental health and well being, we are here to support you.
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Mrs Helen English, Senco