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Emotional, Social and Mental Wellbeing

Complete Animation with introduction by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge

Click on the image above for the Pig of Happiness story

Top Tips to support your child's mental health:

According to the BBC website, the lockdown has seen an increase in children under 11 seeking counselling, according to charities such as Childline and the NSPCC.

In a short and informative video, which you can watch by clicking on the image below (BBC News webpage), Educational Psychologist, Abigail Wright, shares five tips to help parents keep their children’s mental health on track.

Useful links and resources

 

Here are a number of websites and resources for both children and adults which promote emotional, social and mental wellbeing. 

Children in Need 2020

 

It was lovely to see the children and staff dressed up in bright and colourful clothes for Children in Need.

 

This year Children in Need, with the help of Joe Wicks, launched the 'Five to Thrive' campaign' focusing on boosting children's mental well-being. 

 

The 5 key themes are:

Connect

Take Notice

Get Active

Be Curious

Give

 

 

 

5 Ways to Wellbeing

Our new reflective space

S.A.T's A True Story... Probably

This film was made by a group of Year 6 students that used the SAT's as inspiration to create a film. This film received a 'Lincolnshire Film and Teamwork' award and also a special 'Patrons Award' from Jim Broadbent who described the film as a great insight into the pressure children face during exam times.

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