Well-being

Please click on the links below to access resources to enable children to understand the Coronavirus and have ways to express their emotions.

Coronavirus social story – Carol Gray

Covibook

My Week

My Lockdown diary – week commencing April 6th 2020

Mindful Moments Independent Journal for KS1

This link is a collection of online activities for families to share together at home encouraging the Four M’s which are Movement, Mindfulness, Making and Message.

This link is another social story but with an activity at the end! It is explaining temporary changes to ordinary life due to the Coronavirus through the eyes of a hug!

This link is a lovely activity link for children of all ages to begin to think about what they can look forward to after the Coronavirus. It looks at thinking about the positives and what that may look like no matter how big or small they are. 

ACTIVE LEARNING
Below are links to active learning which your child might enjoy:

NHS UK /Change4life

P.E with Joe Wicks (The BodyCoach)

Active Learn

PICTURE NEWS:

Picture News: Resource 1, Resource 2, Home News and Assembly Resource for week commencing 13th July.

Picture News: Resource 1, Resource 2, Home News and Assembly Resource for week commencing 20th July.

Picture News video channel – please click here

WELL-BEING WEDNESDAYS:

Please take a look at the videos below which are produced by Andy Cope, author of several books about ‘well-being’.

Week 1 – video
Week 2 – video

Week 3 – video

Week 4 – video

Mental Health Helpline information:

A 24/7 mental health helpline has been launched to take pressure off 111 for mental health advice in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The round-the-clock helpline will make it quicker and easier for people in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire to get the right advice they need for their mental health care when their situation it is not life threatening.

Like 111, people can call when they need to find out when and where to get help and to access support from mental health professionals. The line will help the public get the right mental health advice for people of all ages including children and older adults.

  • Adults: 01865 904 997
  • Children and young people: 01865 904 998

Childline

You can access Childline via the website www.childline.org.uk . There are counsellors available for 1 to 1 chats 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Counsellors are also available on the telephone.


Mentally Health Schools

Mentally Health Schools provide resources for fortnightly curated toolkits to support parents and help promote children’s mental health and well-being.


HENRY buddies for parents. Please click here to access the leaflet and details for the charity. www.henry.org.uk

HENRY buddies offer Coronavirus support for families of babies and young children.

Family Lives

Please click on the link to read about Family Lives, a national charity who offer parenting support in school.