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Mental Health & Wellbeing

Where can I get help?


If you are struggling with your mental health and wellbeing, for whatever reason, please don't try to cope alone. There are lots of people who can help you. Talk to a trusted adult. This can be someone at home, someone at school or even an adult you know and trust like your football coach, swimming teacher, Brownie or Cub leader, etc. You are never alone - there is always someone who can help you.


There are also lots of websites and organisations that can help children and young people if you feel worried or are struggling to cope. Here are some of them:

Children's Mental Health Week 6th - 12th February


The theme for this year's Week is 'Let's Connect' - thinking about the importance of making meaningful connections with others to support our mental wellbeing.

In this video, HRH The Princess of Wales talks about the importance of connections to support children's mental health.


Puzzle Pieces Activity

EYFS and KS1 - this one's for you!
Watch the video where CBBC's Art Ninja, Ricky Martin, shows you how to make and decorate a puzzle piece.

You will need:
A template puzzle piece;
Something to colour with - pens, pencils, crayons or paint;
Recycled materials (optional) (BSL interpreted)



Over to you for this activity, KS2!
Watch the video from Place2Be's Art Room team where they show you how to make paperchains to help you feel connected to the people and things that you care about.

You will need:
Plain or coloured paper;
Something to colour with - pens, pencils, crayons or paint;
Glue or sticky tape;
Scrap paper (optional) (BSL interpreted)


Tips for Parents and Carers

Parents and Carers - this one is for you. The information sheet attached gives you some tips to support your children with their mental wellbeing.

Place2Be also have a website called Parenting Smart. This is a fantastic resource that can help you with all sorts of parenting dilemmas such as transitions to primary or secondary school, sleep, dealing with emotions such as frustration or anger, online safety, anxiety, amongst many others.