I have added resources which help support emotional wellbeing particularly during this uncertain time where we will all experience different emotions and will have different ways of coping. It is normal to feel a range of emotions and these can change throughout the day. It is important that these emotions do not become unmanageable.
Self-regulation helps to manage emotions and behaviours when faced with a situation that is difficult to handle. Finding strategies that help to self-regulate are important to calm us and support us to face problems or situations with a clearer, more positive mindset.
Mindfulness helps us to pay attention to the present moment and can improve mental wellbeing. It can positively change the way we feel about life and how we approach challenges. Many of the resources focus on this technique.
Remember to keep talking to an adult at home about how you are feeling. It is important to offload any worries or negative thoughts. Being able to express ourselves aids our emotional wellbeing.
I will add resources regularly so please continue to check this section.
MASH- Single point of contact for all safeguarding concerns.(If you believe a child to be in immediate danger, please call 999)
Tel: 01403 229900
Early Help- supports families to improve their situation and prevent the need for prolonged support. The sooner a family receives the right support, the sooner they are able to do this. Early Help offers support to parents and carers who have worries or concerns about their child.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel : 07542 856334
- Opening times: Monday to Friday, 9.00am-4.00pm
Children’s Wellbeing Information
Children’s Wellbeing Booklist
Please take a look at the following link – books that address COVID-19
The Huge Bag of Worries – Virginia Ironside
The Invisible String – Patrice Karst
Owl Babies – Martin Waddell
The Worrysaurus – Rachel Bright
A Volcano in my Tummy – Elaine Whitehouse and Cliff Wright
No Matter What – Debi Gliori
The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse – Charlie Mackesy
Please go to the following link, for ELSA Support Free resources –