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My Stay-at-Home Holiday Diary!

Lucie from Hampshire has had a brilliant idea! She's going to look in her 'things for recycling' bags and think of something she can make from the bits and piece in there! Have fun Lucie and if you get chance, you could send us a picture! And Maisie sent a message with this really clever re-invention of a favourite game of mine - noughts and crosses! But it's different - instead of playing it with paper [...]

10th April 2020|

Keeping children safe and happy

We're sharing resources and guidance with you about helping children to cope with the change and uncertainty we all face. We've brought together advice and tips, and we'll keep adding to this as things develop, so keep an eye out for new posts. Our focus right now is on supporting children's mental wellbeing when many are feeling anxious or confused. And there will be strategies that are useful for us all to work into our new [...]

4th April 2020|

SCARF – For All Teachers

Whether you're away from school or one of the staff covering children of keyworkers, we're sharing with you resources and guidance about how we can continue to support children's (and your own) emotional health amidst the uncertainty we all face because of COVID-19. We've brought together evidence-informed guidance and tips, and we'll keep adding to this as things develop, so keep an eye out for new posts. Find Out More

4th April 2020|

Wellbeing activities for kids

When you can’t leave the house, it’s important to look after your wellbeing. It might seem overwhelming, but if you have a list of varied activities for your children to try, the days will fly by. “Encourage children to learn new skills, things to do, not just to know,” says Public Health Practitioner Claire Cheminade. “There are so many things we can do at home that are fun and good for us,” she adds. View More

4th April 2020|

Looking After your Wellbeing

Looking after your well-being is important at all times, however during these extra testing times, we may be finding even if we usually keep well, that we are suffering from increased anxiety and stress. Those who are already living with mental health issues such as panic, anxiety, OCD or depression, may find themselves feeling like they are sinking with the added pressures of disrupted daily routines, and may already be isolated from family, friends and colleagues. [...]

4th April 2020|