The well-being of pupils is very important to us at Morton Trentside and is at the heart of our ethos to support and nurture the whole child. This is particularly important as our school community emerges from the pandemic and well-being is currently a whole school focus. Children and staff are encouraged to embed well-being into the school timetable with daily active minutes, mindfulness activities, brain breaks and one to one conversations to foster positive relationships between staff and pupils.
If you are concerned about the mental health or well-being of your child, please don't hesitate to contact myself or the class teacher for advice and support. We are here to help.
Thank you, Mrs. Clarke
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We offer a variety of online workshops for both parents and young people via Eventbrite. These are examples of sessions that Eventbrite offer, they continually update and provide different courses/events to support children and parents.
Our Eventbrite page can be accessed via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/healthy-minds-lincolnshire-20000004846
Pre-recorded online workshops:
Just a reminder that we also have created several online recorded workshops for both young people and parents on managing worries and anxious feelings; managing angry feelings; a survival guide to change and Parents supporting children with Anxiety and SEND (to be watched prior to attending the discussion group) . These can all be accessed via our website https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/young-people/online-workshops.
Of course, as always if you have concerns about a child or young person’s emotional wellbeing please visit https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/young-people/lincolnshire/home where you can find useful information and self-help advice if you require additional support following this please contact us on the Here4You line which is operational on 01522 309120 (available Monday to Friday 09.30 – 16.30) – eligibility criteria applies.
Department of Education Guidance Guidance for parents and carers on supporting the mental health and well-being of children during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Mindfulness and relaxation Mindfulness and relaxation exercises that parents can do with younger children to help with managing anxiety
Young Minds Talking to your child about Coronavirus and 10 tips from their Parents Helpline to support family well-being:
Place2Be Guide to helping parents answer questions from their children and to support family well-being:
How to cope being away from friends ChildLine has a dedicated section on their website that explains what Coronavirus is, what Young People can do if they are worrying about this and how to cope with being off school and away from friend
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families Well-being advice for all those supporting children and young people
British Psychological Society Advice on dealing with school closures and talking to children about dealing with Coronavirus