Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing at Wallsend Jubilee Primary School  

 

Physical, mental health and wellbeing are a big focus for us here at Wallsend Jubilee. Through this page parents and carers will be able to find out about how to support their child to be physically and mentally healthy through fun activities and useful websites you may wish to visit. Being a parent/carer is both demanding and rewarding, it is important to keep yourself mentally healthy too, so you’ll see there is information for adults as well as children.  

If your child is looking for things to do, or you both need a bit of inspiration, you’re in the right place!

 

If you are worried about your child, you can speak to any member of staff for further support and advice.

  
 
Resources and Websites
 
We hope you find some of these links to resources and websites useful. We would love to hear from you if you've used any of the suggested resources below, please email lorraine.bryson@wallsendjubileeps.org.uk 
 

Coronavirus: looking after your mental health at home (place2be.org.uk)

Paula Nagel, Place2Be's Principal Educational Psychologist, suggests some ways that you can look after your children’s, and your own, mental health and wellbeing at this unsettling time 

 

Resources for Families & Supporters - Emerging Minds

Provides resources which children, young people and their families may find useful in the context of COVID-19 

 

when-emotions-explode-poster.pdf (youngminds.org.uk) A three-step pyramid to help parents respond to the different stages of their child's behaviour during this time 

 

Childline Calm Zone – Provides lots of ways for children to stay calm including breathing exercises, activities, games and videos to help let go of stress.  

https://www.childline.org.uk/toolbox/calm-zone/

 

Every Mind Matters – Provides expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing

 

 
Below you will find further resources for you and your family to support your mental wellbeing.