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Health and wellbeing

The following advice and resources can be used to help support children’s wellbeing and education over this period of uncertainty. Many of the resources help to start those valuable conversations with your child and also provide tested tools to maintain wellbeing at what can be an anxious time for children and families as a whole.

PSHE & SEMH resources for parents.

Meditation for Kids

We want children to be healthy and happy, not just now but for the rest of their lives. And teaching them about meditation early would help them do just that. That’s why the wonderful people at Headspace created ‘Headspace for Kids’.

“It’s almost as though meditation was designed for kids. They just ‘get it’ – there is this elasticity and freedom in their minds which allows them to be present in the moment and free from any external thoughts or pressures. By introducing meditation and mindfulness at an early age, not only can we build on this and help nurture their mind development, but we are also making meditation simple and accessible.” Andy Puddicombe, Co-Founder of Headspace
There are 5 themes to explore: calm, focus, kindness, sleep and wake up!

Try it for free using the link below:

Keeping active – PE with Joe

For those of us still in school, we intend to join in with the daily 'PE with Joe' session which Joe Wicks is putting on for free for all children. Although we may not all be together in the same place, we can stay connected by having fun and engaging in this ‘PE session’. You can find it here YouTube channel The Body CoachTV.