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Children's Mental Health Week

Note: To access the Microsoft Streams resources, please ask your son/daughter to login with their Office 365/Teams account.

Friday 5th February - Wellbeing Enrichment Day

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Thursday 4th February

Wednesday 3rd February

Tuesday 2nd February – tea and talk

Pupils are encouraged to join their tutor for a ‘tea and talk’ tutor time.  Where they can express how they are feeling, listen to others and spend time talking to their friends in their group.

Monday 1st February – Childrens’ mental health week, express yourself

We are proud to be supporting Children’s mental health week along with place2be.  We are going to be having a range of activities throughout the week to promote wellbeing and ensure pupils understand the importance of positive mental health.  Today there will be an assembly led by Mr Ravenhill to promote the theme of ‘express yourself’.

Resources:

https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/8cf41c9f-58a4-49ea-91d2-cc5e6e7473

 Wellbeing Magazine

 

Mobile-Apps

Pacifica
Tracks mood and health behaviours.
Android
IOS

Reachout Worrytime
Schedules "worry time" each day.

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IOS

Headspace

Mindfulness sessions - 10 are free, but you can subscribe for more session

Elefriends

Supportive online community from the mental health charity mind

Links

NHS 111

NHS 111 is a helpline if you're worried about an urgent medical concern.  The adviser will be fully trained.  NHS 111 advisers can advise you what to do and assess if you need an ambulance and send one immediately.

NHS Self Help Leaflets

A range of NHS self help booklets written by clinical psychologists with contributions from service users and healthcare staff including depression guidance for partners, sleeping problems and controlling anger.

NHS moodzone

NHS Choices Moodzone contains advice about coping with stress, anxiety or depression.  It includes practical advice, interactive tools, videos and audio guides.

Mind

Offers advice and support to help anyone experiencing a mental health problem.

CALM – Campaign Against Living Miserably

The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against male suicide. Advice on taking a stand against male suicide and getting the tools you need for action.

The Charlie Waller memorial trust

Information about spotting signs of depression and tools for staying mentally well.

Dorking Minds

A local charity that aims to help people in the Dorking area to take control of their mental health.