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We need to look after ourselves...

 

Looking after ourselves is really important! PE and Sport can go a long way to support us with looking after ourselves and support our own mental health and wellbeing. Click the image above to take you to a website solely for children and supporting them in this area. It looks at four key simple steps...

  • Eat Well
  • Be Active
  • Relax
  • Sleep Well

The Children's Society

Click the image above to access a wealth of information regarding how you can support your child's mental health and wellbeing during this time, or just generally once they return to school...

 

The Children's Society has a range of support materials for young people, parents and schools in their mental and emotional health resource 'vault' including:
 

  • Anxiety
  • Depression and Mood
  • Loneliness
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Phobias
  • Self care
  • Emotional resilience
  • Mental Resilience

Kent Educational Psychology Service

 

Please see below the attached document provided for you by the Kent Educational Psychology service. This is particularly relevant at the present time and a worthwhile read to support all children, not just those with a Special Educational Need, during these difficult times.

Jolly Phonics Input

Are you aware of any difficulties your child has with writing and reading? Have they learnt and mastered their phonics?

Many queries and questions we receive, the further up the school your child progresses, links to children having dyslexia. Really, it might be that they do not yet have a solid grasp of their phonics. So click the link above to gain some resources which might help you in order to support them at home...

First Aid for Feelings during these times...

Attached is a workbook which the children might want to explore in relation to their 'Remote Learning' at the moment. It also explores some of their feelings during these times and is a useful way for parents to support their child in a PSHE/ Mental Health and Wellbeing framework...

 


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