The meaning of wellbeing is multidimensional
Five simple ways to improve our overall wellness are:
Connect – talk and listen to others and always live in the moment.
Be active – do what you can and enjoy what you do.
Take notice – remember the simple things that give you joy.
Keep learning – embrace new experiences and seek new opportunities.
Give – give people your time, your words and your presence.
Wellness is the complete integration of body, mind and spirit. The realisation that everything we do, think, feel and believe has an effect on our wellbeing”
What resources are on offer to support pupils and their families?
This contains advice and information on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Children with special educational needs and disabilities may face lots of changes in their day to day lives because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Their routines, regular support and the people they see may all be different now.
As a parent or carer you may feel concerned about how the current situation will affect your child. This could include being worried about how you’ll manage your child’s care, medication or educational needs at home. You may also be worried about juggling your home and work life.
Every child with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) is different and will have different support needs in the current situation. We’re here for parents and carers and have advice to help you and your child find ways to cope together.
Please see below advice for carers and parents on supporting SEND Children during COVID-19.
SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) resources, activities and support to help you and your family during lockdown.
What activities can I do with my children?
Please find the Change for Life NHS Website with some helpful and fun accessible activities.
and Place2be offer the following resources and ideas:
Supporting resources for during the lockdown and stay at home period.
Taking care of your mind as well as your body is really important if you are staying at home because of coronavirus (COVID-19).
These resources aim to support mental wellbeing while staying at home: