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Mental Health & Wellbeing

We are celebrating Children's Mental Health Week 5th-11th February with the theme 'YOUR VOICE MATTERS!'. Own clothes on Friday 9th February (optional £1 donation)

Welcome to our Health and Wellbeing page. Here you will find lots of information on what we do as a school to support mental health and wellbeing and the type of things you can do outside of school if you are ever feeling a little under the weather. Enjoy your visit :)

Below are some lovely stories you can read about worries:

  • The Worrysaurus by Rachel Bright
  • The Don't Worry Book by Todd Parr
  • The Colour Monster by Anna Lllenas
  • Everybody Worries by Jon Burgerman
  • The Huge Bag Of Worries by Virginia Ironside


Below are a list of activities that you can do to reduce worry:

  • Exercise; play in the garden or go for a walk together. Fresh air will help reduce worry.
  • Yoga; YouTube children's Yoga.
  • Cooking; decide on what you could all have for tea and make it together. 
  • Get comfy and read a book or watch a film together.
  • Mindfulness colouring. 
  • Run your child a nice, relaxing bath. 
  • Listen to some music or play an instrument

Wellbeing Newsletter

Hello Yellow - Mental Health Day for Young Minds

Stress Awareness Day


If you are a parent or carer and want to help your child, look at the links here


For practical tips to support children’s wellbeing and behaviour please click here.


We all experience different emotions from time to time. In just one day, you may feel proud, excited, sad, anxious, nervous, and many other emotions. Remember, all feelings are valid. Shining a light on how you feel, particularly when you’re feeling overwhelmed or anxious, can help you find coping strategies to support your emotional health and wellbeing.