Wellbeing and Health Information
Welcome to our wellbeing and health page. You will find links to support your wellbeing at home during this challenging time.
Warning – watching these videos may make you happier…
As our children return to school there will be a need to share personal experiences of lockdown – to talk and to feel heard. To support parents, we have organised a One Stop Parent Shop – a series of parent support sessions which will be run by Sally Hitchcock during the summer term. Please click on the links below to find out more about the sessions and how to book:
Lenny and Lily in Lockdown and Lenny and Lily Return to School will help children make sense of their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic, communicate their feelings and prepare for more change as they go back to the classroom. As the stories are told in pictures alone, it is not necessary for children to be able to read words to enjoy them. They are appropriate for pupils in both mainstream and special education settings. Supporting text at the end of each story gives teaching staff and parents guidance on how to use the stories with children.
Support Map KS2 children
Building Happy, Healthy Habits in 2021 – a guide packed with activities and ideas designed to strengthen your body and mind.
Activities for when you are indoors – SMILE (Socialise / Move / Interest / Learn / Engage)
Self Care Strategies by Anna Freud, National Centre for Children and Families
GoNoodle a free app to promote active kids!
Click here for more useful advice for parents.
Information leaflet for Children starting School in September – School Nursing service
If a child sustains a head ‘bump’ or head injury during the school day, parents/carers will be informed (usually by text). Guidance on action to take is available here or download our leaflet: Advice After a Head Injury