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Mental Health and Wellbeing

At St. Oswald's, we are supported by outside agencies to mange and support our children's mental health. We work closely with the Healthy Minds and Emotional Resilience teams to deliver individual, group, class and whole school sessions that support the children to build independence and develop tool to manage their mental health. 

Mental Health and Wellbeing Cafe

 On Friday 1st March 2024, we welcomed Sarah from the Healthy Minds Team to deliver a workshop to parents on how to manage their child's anxiety and worries. Providing useful tip to us all on how to manage our daily mental health. The Cafe was also an opportunity for parents to chat and share any concerns that they may have. 

 

Please find the PowerPoint from today's workshop below.

Year 6 Mental Health Workshop

 Year 6 have been working exceptionally hard in preparation for the SATS next month. This afternoon, we welcomed Lucy from the Healthy Minds Team to talk to us about worries and strategies we have to manage our worries . We picked lots of useful tips that we can use of the next few weeks and months. Please find the powerpoint attached below.

Emotional Based School Avoidance : Children may go through period of time when they find it difficult to come to school. The following information explains the possible causes and where parents can find more support.

Parent / Carer Forum: A number of events on wellbeing have been arranged for parents / carers. If you wish to attend please follow the joining instructions on the flyer.

Letter from Tranquil Treehouse supporting the mindfulness activities Y1-6 have been doing in school which includes advice for supporting continued emotional wellbeing.

There are a number of tips and activities to support mental well being in the following packs.

Please find below some excellent idea cards produced by the Child Bereavement Network, for support and advice for times of serious illness or bereavement.
If you want to find ways to feel calmer and more relaxed then visit this great website, from Childline, for exercises, activities and games:
A weekly mindful activity:

Our growth mindset quote:

'You are capable of so much more than you can even imagine!'

 

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