Children's Mental Health Week 2023
Well-being is a huge priority across the world at this time and is one of our Key Priorities as a school. When we talk about well-being, we mean physical and emotional for both children and adults alike.
This page is a centre for a variety of resources to support well-being and we will regularly link to this page in our school communication to keep you up to date when new resources are added.
A great place to start in thinking about your family's well-being is the page created by Brighton and Hove https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/wellbeing-zone. Here you find activities, research and advice.
Emotional and Mental Health and Well-being
- Self Esteem and Self-confidence
- Parental Wellbeing
- Parenting Advice
- Coping with Self-isolation
- Well-being Online
- Children in Care or Adopted
- General Emotional Well-being
- Sensory Overload
- Specialist Agency Support
- Talking about the Pandemic
- Coping with Change
Childhood Trauma and the Brain
A general introduction to what happens in the brain after children face traumatic experiences in childhood, like abuse and neglect. You can find the Childhoo...
The school nursing service would like to make you aware that during this period where the whole community is being affected by the challenges of the Covid-19 outbreak, school nurses will continue to operate elements of their service.
They are available for contact via their duty line on: 01273 696011 ext. 1692 Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm. They will also be able to respond to texts via their existing ChatHealth texting service, which they are extending to parents and carers, as well as young people during this period. The number for ChatHealth is: 07480635423 Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm