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Emotional Well-being

We recognise that this is a very challenging time for your family and, during the coming weeks, it will be important to take good care of yourselves and those around you.

We have put together some easy to use resources to help you look after your family's mental health and emotional well-being. We will keep adding to this as time goes on.

We hope you enjoy using them!

Jo Stewart and Sarah Wiggins

(Inclusion Team)

Social stories about the coronavirus

If your child uses social stories you may find these useful

Support from Educational Psychology for children and their families

Support from the School Nursing Team

The school nursing team are still running their helpline for parent on 0300 003 0135. This can be used to get advice around difficulties with eating, sleeping, toileting etc.

Please do not phone this line for queries linked to the coronavirus, use NHS 111 or the 111 website.

CAMHS support

PE and staying active 

Exercising is a really important way to promote good emotional wellbeing. Our PE coordinator, Mrs Symmons, was sent the following information by our School Games Coordinators.
 

As sorts competitions are put on hold, School Games Organisers (SGOs) from across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are finding new ways to keep young people active. This week, they launched #HSGDailyChallenge to encourage pupils to stay active and compete to achieve their personal bests.
#HSGDailyChallenge will involve daily physical activity challenges for primary and secondary school pupils. The School Games Organisers will publish a new challenge every day via @HampshireSGO Twitter and Facebook channels. 
Pupils will be encouraged to record their progress and improvement and compete to achieve their personal best. Outstanding achievements will be rewarded with spot prizes for individual and schools.

 

Our School Games Organiser also sent us the following links, with ways to keep your children active at home.

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