Welcome to our collection of wellbeing resources. 

Wellbeing has never been more important. This page provides a range of resources and links to support both child and family wellbeing. 

 

Five ways to wellbeing

The things that we do and the way that we think affects our wellbeing. The New Economics Foundation identified five ways to improve wellbeing. These are: connect, be active, take notice, keep learning and give. Each of these actions makes a positive difference to how we feel, being aware of and combining these will make a difference

  • Connect – with your friends, family, neighbours and people at work. Have a conversation, pass the time of day, make time for that chat
  • Be Active – find a physical activity that you enjoy, go for a walk, try gardening
  • Take Notice – take the time to look at the day, the changing seasons. Savour the moment
  • Keep Learning – try something new whether it’s making a new recipe, fixing the bike or even signing up for a course
  • Give – smile, do something nice for a friend or neighbour, make some time for others

 

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The Archdiocese of Liverpool have compiled a set of resources, including pastoral care and outreach.

Calm zone | Childline

Childline Calm Zone is a collection of exercises and activities to help children with relaxation.

KS2 - BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize Emotional wellbeing class clips - a collection of videos that explore dealing with emotions

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NHS 5 steps to mental wellbeing - tips and links for information and support

Mind (charity) - Wikipedia

Mindfulness exercise tips

Mind (charity) - Wikipedia

Relaxation tips

 

 

Wellbeing documents

 

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