Advice for Wellbeing

The information and links below are for all students and their families, whether you are interested in staying healthy or are struggling. Click on the images to link to the websites.

We have also included this link to Joe Wicks’ PE With Joe daily workout to help keep students active.

Mental Health Advice for Parents
Image result for kooth app Safe and anonymous counselling on line, self-help community, support free for Young people open till 10pm.

Kooth 5 Steps to Wellbeing Interactive Activities

Childline is yours – a free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, we’re here for you online, on the phone, anytime.
How to talk to your child about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
The UK’s leading charity committed to improving the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. Information for young people and parents including a parent helpline.
Chat Health is a text service enabling young people at secondary school to reach out to our school nurse team to ask for help about a range of issues, or make an appointment with one of our school nurse confidentially.

The Chat Health text number is:
07507 329 951

Support for adults, children and families.
Image result for mhfa england logo Help and advice for staying in good mental health whilst working remotely.
” my whole self goes online” –
#my whole selfie on Instagram
Help for worries about relationships, families, drugs, pregnancy, sexuality, stress, bullying, feeling low, depression or something else – phone 0845 600 2516
Improve your sleep – 10 tips to beat insomnia.
Being bullied online, advice on what to do.

Young carers and coronavirus.

All of our lives are being impacted by coronavirus and it can be a worrying time. This is particularly true for young carers who might already be anxious about the health of someone they love.

Surrey Young Carers

If you are a young person, and you help care for someone who has an illness, a disability, or is affected by mental ill-health or alcohol/substance misuse, we can help you. We support children from Year 1 upwards.

Improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life.
Image result for stress anxiety depression Most people feel anxious or scared sometimes, but if it’s affecting your life there are things you can try that may help.
You might have some ideas about why people self-harm. But everyone’s reasons are a bit different. Self harm provides insight, recovery and support.
Information about drugs and alcohol and how to get help.
Families should have access to active support and understanding. We build better family lives together.
Surrey drugs and alcohol care 0808 802 5000 24hr help line free to mobiles.
The Solace Centre offers free support and practical help to anyone in Surrey who has experienced sexual violence and/or sexual abuse.
An organisation offering support and advice for young people who self-harm and their parents.
The trust was set up in memory of Charlie Waller, who took his own life whilst suffering from depressions. Information about depression, maintaining wellbeing and getting help.
Provides confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide, and anyone worried about a young person.
Educational resource on children’s young people’s mental health for parents and professionals.
A mental health initiative spearheaded by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, which combines a campaign to tackle stigma and change the conversation on mental health.
An organisation that raises awareness and offers support about gender nonconformity in children and young people.

 

Information and resources to prevent bullying.

 

Lily Pad Play Therapy can help if you have any queries in relation to your child, their feelings, managing behaviour, coping with a child who is expressing anxiety in relation to the Coronavirus pandemic. Email consultations are FREE and confidential.  

 

     https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus