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Supporting Wellbeing

 

As a school, we take the health and the well-being of all our staff, students and families very seriously.  We are committed to providing experiences for all stakeholders which improve their understanding and heir ability to develop and improve their own wellbeing.

On this page you will find a variety of resources that you might find helpful - we will add to these as we respond to particular circumstances and situations, so please check back for updates.

 

 Click on each link to access resources, or use the QR codes on your phone!

Cosmic Kids Yoga

 

Go Noodle

 

Jump start Jonny

 

Joe Wicks

 

New Horizon

 

Heartfulness

 

Food a fact of life

 

Top Marks

 

Childnet

 

School Beat

 

Action for Happiness

 

Change for Life

 

Veg Power

Cooking together Wales

Beach Academy

State of Mind

Red Cross

Calendar of Kindness Activities

 

                                                                                                               

 

 Click on each link to access resources, or use the QR codes on your phone!

Cosmic Kids Yoga

 

Go Noodle

 

Jump start Jonny

 

Joe Wicks

 

New Horizon

 

Heartfulness

 

Food a fact of life

 

Top Marks

 

Childnet

 

School Beat

 

Action for Happiness

 

Change for Life

 

Veg Power

Cooking together Wales

WFH

Advice and support on how to work from home successfully.

 You might also find similar resources in the staff section useful.

WFH

              

 

 

 Click on each link to access resources - provided in light of the current Covid-19 situation

Covid19 : Wellbeing tips for schools

 

Download this useful document with useful tips for working with children at this time

NHS Guidance: Mental well-being while staying at home

Mental Health Foundation 

How to Stay Positive 10 tips to help your wellbeing in Lockdown 

Nourish Community

The Online Community for ethical women in education

GTC (Scotland)

 Useful advice on dealing with the current situation

Resources to use yourself or with your family

Free to download from TES

 

Podcasts

A selection of podcasts to assist your wellbeing at this time

Headspace

Free for teachers – this app teaches mindfulness meditation principles to improve wellbeing.

Mental Health Stress Container Exercise

Identify causes of stress and personal helpful coping strategies

The Mental Health Foundation 

MIND

Advise from Mind with coping with stress and anxiety including a wellbeing checklist to follow and what you can do at home to help

CDC

Direct advise from the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention advise on managing stress and anxiety linked to the Corvid-19 situation 

5 Ways to Work Well From Home

With many people making the sudden transition of working from home, this article provides 5 considerations to make the change as smooth as possible 

Care First

 

Red Cross

Calendar of Kindness Activities

WFH1

WFH2

WFH3

3 resources with Advice on how to 'Work from Home' successfully

              

 

 

 

 

 Click on each link to access resources - provided in light of the current Covid-19 situation

The Education Support Partnership.

Headteacher Blog (Darren Morgan) on coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

Excellent blog by Emma Turner  (@Emma_Turner75) about

Lightening the responsibilities of Leaders

World Mental Health Day:

we reduced sick days and staff turnover through action on teacher wellbeing

DFE Teaching Blog

Podcasts

A selection of podcasts to assist your wellbeing at this time

National Academy

A series of blogs and other information written by Educational Leaders for Educational Leaders

Coaching and

Wellbeing

Advice for Teachers and Leaders 

     
     
     

              

                                                 

 

 

 Click on each link to access information about support services you may need

Childline

Kooth

 

Meic

The Mix

 

Mind Hub

 


Y Bont :

Seasons for Growth

A directory of useful phone numbers and contacts

Conwy Educational Psychology Service Advice line

NSPCC