The NHS have a list of recommended apps to support positive mental health in both adults and children.
Here is a selection of websites also recommended:
Young Minds have developed a range of parent guides on issues including: ADHD, anxiety, eating problems, sleep, drugs, grief, gender identity and many more.
At Helme C of E Academy it is important to us to ensure the wellbeing of all our families is at the heart of what we do. Wellbeing is a vital part of ensuring that a children have a positive and enriching experiences throughout their childhood.
This page has ideas, activities, articles to read and signposts to charities and websites to places where more help is to be found in our local community.
If there is anymore information you would like us to include here, please contact the office.
Here is some guidance from Northorpe Hall surrounding the importance of sleep for all of us and one about supporting anxiety from Dragonfly.
Young Minds have developed a resources for starting discussions with children.
Here is a resources to support your child to manage their fears and worries.
Emotional Literacy Support have developed a wellbeing calendar to give us things to focus on dueing difficult times.
This chairty has lots of suggestions and resources for supporting children's mental health. I've added a couple below.
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This NHS site has some excellent resources for supporting children through the Covid-19 outbreak. Some of them are below.
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|Dave the Dog is worried about Coronavirus-56268|