Health and Wellbeing

We understand that it is a strange time for you and your family. The booklets and sites below will provide you with support and guidance on how to communicate with your child if they are feeling anxious or uncertain during this time.

Advice for keyworker parents – helping your child adapt

Supporting your child with school anxiety

Mental Health Advice for Parents and Carers

Signs of Stress and Anxiety

Mentalhealth.org.uk

NSPCC

Childline

 

Back to School Guides

Back to school parent pack

Young people final version

Back to school younger child final version

Guide for schools COVID-19

5 ways to help when schools re-open

What To Do If Your Child Is Anxious About Going Back To School

 

Coronavirus Covid-19 information and support (Children’s Society)

The Children’s Society has a range of support materials for young people, parents and schools in their mental and emotional health resource ‘vault’ including:

·         Anxiety

·         Depression and Mood

·         Loneliness

·         Obsessive compulsive disorder

·         Phobias

·         Self care

·         Emotional resilience

·         Mental Resilience

The resources can be found here: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/coronavirus-information-and-support

Drawing on themes including hope, gratitude and connectedness, these assembly and class activity ideas are intended as a universal resource for all children. Download the Primary Resources: https://www.place2be.org.uk/media/yesltwzt/primaryschoolresources.pdf

You can find the toolkit here to know how to support pupils’ mental health as they adjust to a new school environment post-lockdown.

https://www.coramlifeeducation.org.uk/back-to-school-with-scarf

Resources for young people to help them through Coronavirus

 

Healthy Eating

It is really important for children to keep safe and healthy in school. As part of our continual commitment to the community, Ringway Primary school ran a Nutrition & Healthy Eating program for parents with children enrolled in our school. The course, run in association with Manchester City’s ‘Lifestyle’ department, took place over a six week period in the first part of the summer term.

Ringway Primary School Healthy Eating

We also take hand hygiene very seriously. For more information click on the link below. It contains a host of useful resources and activities to complete

e-bug

Do you need some fun ideas to help keep your children healthy? Change4Life brings to you some great ideas on how to do just that. Please click on the link below.

Change4Life

 

 

 

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