Coronavirus well-being page

Support for pupils and parents in primary schools in relation to mental and emotional wellbeing

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Recovery college Online https://www.recoverycollegeonline.co.uk/

Providing a range of online information to people who might be struggling with mental health issues. There is a section for under 12 https://www.recoverycollegeonline.co.uk/young-people/for-children/ and parents and carers https://www.recoverycollegeonline.co.uk/young-people/for-parents-and-carers/

Key stage 2 pupils may benefit form a NHS suggested apps to support mental health. This would need a parent / carer approval https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/category/mental-health/

 

Support for Children

Childline has the calm zone https://www.childline.org.uk/toolbox/calm-zone/ which provides a toolbox of ideas to support emotions and express your ways

Childline https://www.childline.org.uk/ also provides a range of information and support on a number of issues. This includes support on cyberbullying https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/bullying-abuse-safety/types-bullying/bullying-cyberbullying/ 

It is also important to stay physically active

 

Parents

The Go To Website https://www.thegoto.org.uk/

North Yorkshire specific website that provides information to help signpost young people, families and professionals to the right information and services available for mental health and wellbeing across North Yorkshire. The website has been developed in conjunction with young people, professionals and parents and carers.

North Yorkshire services and support https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/support-children-young-people-and-their-families#emot

Information on the universal, targeted and specialist services and support available in the different districts of North Yorkshire and access to the North Yorkshire Pathway of support for children and young people with self harming behaviour and/or suicidal ideation

Internet safety- Children and Young People may be having more screen time so it is important that they keep themselves safe online and parents and carers have an important role in this.

Internet matters https://www.internetmatters.org/ provides a range of support for families to enable all family members to stay safe.

 

The e-Bug project is led by Public Health England and has a dedicated webpage for learning resources on hand washing and respiratory hygiene.

Resources are currently available for KS1, KS2 and KS3 and can be used in various settings including schools and at home:  https://e-bug.eu/

 

Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health and Wellbeing Support - CV19

Friday 24th April 2020 resource update

NYES-Support for pupils Newsletter

Compass Buzz Newsletter

Compass Buzz Self Care Tips

Compass Buzz Self Care Cards

Compass Buzz Staying at Home Resources

Living with Worry in Times of Uncertainty

How to Manage Worrying About Your Health

 

 

 

 

Our School Rules

You may find it helpful to ask children to follow our school rules during home learning time.

 

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