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Looking After You and Your children's Mental Health

Supporting Students with Mental Health Issues

https://www.mytutor.co.uk/schoolsblog/2017/07/21/student-mental-health-problems/

You can read a lot of valuable information such as:

  • A useful overview of ways to support students with mental health issues; full of practical advice, tips, and information. 

  • Brief background and context of mental health problems in education – with key stats showing that 1 in 10 students have a diagnosable mental health condition; roughly translating as three students in every classroom. 

  • Information to help identify students with mental health problems, academic provisions that can be made, how to empower students, and how to make a positive learning environment.

Wellbeing Fun Activities

Children's Mental Health Newsletter

When Emotions Explode

Having some worry can be really good because it keeps us safe, but when we have lots of worry, it can make us feel bad and make it hard for us to manage our feelings. This is normal and you are not alone.   

 If you are feeling worried or scared, you may find it helpful to try some of the activities below.

Wellbeing for adults

Please see attached some tips & ideas to support & keep your well-being elevated.

Government Guidance

School Bubble e-book. Follow the link below to the e-bug web page and read the My Back to School Bubble e-book. 

The storybook ‘My Back to School Bubble’ has been created with the input from a network of teachers, parents and public health professionals and aims to help children understand the protective measures that may be in place at their school, in an age-appropriate way.

This page also contains lots of information you may wish to share with your child/children.

 

https://e-bug.eu/eng_home.aspx?cc=eng&ss=1&t=Information%20about%20the%20Coronavirus

Good Days in Unusual Times Book

Mindfulness

Coronavirus a book for Children produced by CAMHS

Mentally Healthy Schools (Anna Freud Centre)

The Anna Freud Centre has published a range of resources to help support the mental health of children, young people, school staff and parents. The third toolkit in the series has just been released. You can find them here:

Coronavirus: Resources for mental health and wellbeing
Toolkit 1

·         a booklet to support schools

·         videos to provide practical guidance and tips to schools, parents and carers about coronavirus (COVID-19) and mental health

·         activities to ease anxiety that can be done at school or at home and other helpful advice, helplines and resources for adults and children.


https://www.mentallyhealthyschools.org.uk/resources/coronavirus-resources-for-mental-health-and-wellbeing-toolkit-1/

Toolkit 2

·         resources for staff wellbeing

·         resources to help children with SEND and

·         responding to the unique challenges that may arise for vulnerable children


https://www.mentallyhealthyschools.org.uk/resources/coronavirus-resources-for-mental-health-and-wellbeing-toolkit-2/

Toolkit 3

·         resources for school staff, as well as parents, to use with vulnerable children or children with SEND,

·         a resource from Stonewall for the LGBTQ+ community, and

·         a resource pack for staff wellbeing and practical activities for adults and children to help stay mentally well during this time.


https://www.mentallyhealthyschools.org.uk/resources/coronavirus-resources-for-mental-health-and-wellbeing-toolkit-3/

Advice for Young Carers/Learners

 

 Use any of the links below to gain trusted, supportive, anxiety reducing information about Coronavirus

 

·BBC’s Newsround has a great webpage full of information and support from a child psychologist

        https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51896156

·Childline has created a dedicated Coronavirus webpage full of tips, advice and activities https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/your-feelings/anxiety-stress-panic/worries-about-the-world/coronavirus/

 ·Mindheart has also produced a small booklet aimed at children under seven years old. This is designed to be coloured in as a therapeutic anxiety reducing activity. https://www.mindheart.co/descargables

 ·Sibs offers great support and advice specifically for siblings aged 7-17 of disabled children. www.youngsibs.org.uk

             ·The Children’s Society - Coronavirus Covid-19 information and support - Stepping up our fight for the most vulnerable young                 people www.childrenssociety.org.uk/coronavirus-information-and-support

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