Wellbeing

Without a doubt, many of us are feeling unsure as we navigate the uncertainty of Coronavirus. We will be sharing some resources that can be used to take care of our minds and bodies. These resources will be able to be used by parents to share with their children, but also for us to use as adults.

Staying safe whilst using the internet 

General resources for parents 

School Nurse Bulletin May 2020

‘Covid-19: Supporting Education and Safeguarding Children’ page on our Safe4me website published and shared on the 27th March:

Divided into sections for professionals, parents/carers and children, the dedicated page provides an extensive toolkit of information, articles and resources we think may be useful to you during this challenging time.

 Wellbeing-challenge

Wellbeing page updated to include resources you can use to share with your children

Educational Psychology team parents please only use the Winchester (West) number. Telephone Support Line flyer Telephone Support Line Number

NHS Southern Health Family Wellbeing Pack

 Wellbeing-challenge

Resources for parents and pupils who are bilingual

EAL Home Learning resources

Free library of translated letters courtesy of Mantra Lingua. Includes letters regarding Covid-19. Access the library.

Coronavirus information for the Traveller community courtesy of Traveller Times (shared by Sam Wilson, Hampshire EMTAS) Video can be accessed here

Translated booklet for children about Covid 19 and how to keep safe (shared by Julie Greer, Cherbourg Primary) Supporting children from around the world

Free information book about Coronavirus from Nosy Crow

My Hero is You, Storybook for Children on COVID-19 (in 14 languages and increasing by the day)
Doctors of the World – information about COVID 19 in 35 languages

UK Government guidance on social distancing in various languages:


For more information in different languages click here         

Supporting Social and Emotional Learning

The ELSA Support website is providing free resources for you to download covering a wide range of situations and emotions Free resources Main website

Twinkl has resources to create visual timetables

Mental and Physical wellbeing – Fitter Future and Active 360 resources

National Academy – Government approved site with 3 hours of lessons each day for each year group. https://www.thenational.academy/

Parent Zone

Parent Zone have a number of helpful resources:-

Where to report and get support during lockdown

New horizons parents guide

Parenting advice only helpful whenbacked with evidence

Laughing at lockdown what you need to know

Benefits of playing video games during lockdown

How to work at home with kids around

Recipes you can get your kids to make

How to help children spot fake news

MIND Organisation

Action for happiness

Parent Factsheet on how to support home learning

A powerpoint helping both parents and children whilst they are staying at home click here

A video for supporting parents and carers through disruption click here

A video for supporting children and young people through disruption click here

To access these resources and many more please click Self Care

Resources to share with children

Hello to Coronavirus story

Relax Kids resources  Exercise card Calm-Pack Emergency-Tool-Kit-for-Parents

The-Corona-Virus social story

School is shut social story

Small Paul by Josh Massey

KS2 Dr Chris and Dr X and from Operation Ouch

 

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