Wellbeing

 Wellbeing

Good Mental Health

It is important that everyone looks after their mental health and well-being. There are many things you can do every day to improve and maintain your mental health.

Every day we try to eat healthily, take exercise and brush our teeth, all to keep ourselves physically healthy. Well, doing something every day to keep your mind healthy is just as important.

Watch the video to find out what good and poor mental health is and what you can do about it.

Click on the links below for good mental health activities:

WELLBEING ZONE

Grounding and Calming Techniques: View Here
Using Play to Support Children: View Here
Wellbeing Support Stoicism: View Here
Tip 1 Understanding Worry: View Here
Tip 2 Helping An Anxious Child: View Here
Tip 3 Surviving School Shutdown: View Here
Tip 4 Coping Through Unsettling Times: View Here
Tip 5 How To Be Okay When Schools Are Closed: View Here
Tip 6 Leaving School Without Exams: View Here
Tip 7 Talking To Children About Coronavirus: View Here
Tip 8 Wellbeing-Coping With Anxiety: View Here

Breath and Body: listen Here

supporting Families with Mental Health and Wellbeing

Healthy Lunchboxes Workshop: View Here

Portion Sizes Workshop: View Here

‘Together Again’ Calendar: View Here

Young Carers Newsletter : View Here

Parents only link : View Here

Health and Wellbeing Information Sheet: View Here

Coronavirus: Advice and information for Parents/carers: View Here

Activity Programmes: View Here

Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families: View Here

Mind up Website: View Here

Education Support Website: View Here

This Won’t Be Forever Poster: View Here

Suggestions To Keep Busy : View Here

Mental Health Apps : View Here

Physical Wellbeing : View Here

Mental Health Helplines : View Here

Support for Families self-Isolating: View Here

‘Big Ask’ Parent Survey: View Here

Physical Activity At Home

School’s Out Get Active : View Here

Video games that keep your child active : View Here

Lean Beans Healthy Lifestyle : View Here

MS Teams Login Process : View Here

Physical Activities : View Here

Activity Programmes: View Here

Change for Life : View Here

Premier Education : View Here

BBC Get Inspired : View Here

Zumba Kids Dance : View Here

Lean Beans Virtual Programme

Lean Beans Virtual Programme: View Here

Lean Living : View Here

Eat Healthier: View Here

Wellbeing Advice

One of the most common effects of staring at back-lit screen for long periods of time is eye strain. Symptoms of eye strain include:
Dry eyes
Headaches
Fatigue
Blurred vision
This happens for two reasons. The first is that when we look at a screen, our blink rate drops by about 50%. Blinking is what keeps our eyes hydrated, and not doing so can result in a dry, gritty feeling. the second is muscle fatigue. If focus is maintained for long periods, the muscles controlling the lens can become overworked and tired.
Please download our poster, designed to help you and your children take better care of their eyes and bodies. View Here