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Newsletter Archive 2020/21

Well-Being

Helping my Child build Concentration and Resilience

Helping my Child with Anxiety and Worry

‘On Your Mind’ is a website giving information and signposting young people and families to places that can help with coping with feelings.  What’s worrying you?  onyourmind.org.uk

CSKidsBooks have produced a free book explaining Covid-19 and social distancing in a child friendly manner as many children are feeling worried and anxious, this could help alleviate some of their fears click here to access  the book

Covid 19 Resources for CYP and their families and the system

Social media advice for parents and guardians

Snapchat and Social Media Letter to Parents and Adults

Parents and carers urged not to put off seeking medical help amid anxieties about coronavirus

Domestic Abuse Support Services

If you have any specific concerns you can also contact the DfE helpline contact details:
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Email: DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – CAMHS

On Your Mind (Good mental health & wellbeing)

Kooth (Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people)

Looking After Yourself

Cafcass and link to Co-Parent Hub

NHS 5 Steps to Mental Wellbeing

Mind the Mental Health Charity / 5 Ways to Wellbeing

Mental Wellbeing audio guides– from NHS Every Mind Matters

Understanding anxiety – colourful guide from the Priory Group

A free app for sleep, anxiety and stress– from Insight Timer

e-learning: staying mentally well through Covid19 – from Pooky Knightsmith 

Working from home wellbeing action plan – from the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust.

Refuge is calling on anyone worried about a loved one, or about isolating with a perpetrator, to call its National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247 or contact the Helpline via Refuge‚Äôs contact form at www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk.

Online Safety

OnlineSafetyAtHome: access our new social media activity pack and video guide for parents and carers below:

Staying Safe online Government Guidelines for Parents

Keeping children happy and safe online during Covid 19

Social media advice for parents and guardians

Remote teaching safely

Snapchat and Social Media Letter to Parents and Adults

 


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