Well-Being Resources

 

New resources:

Link to CBeebies 'Get Well Soon' program where Dr Ranj addresses coronavirus.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08bmd70/get-well-soon-coronavirus

 

Widgit resource. Widgit, which is a symbol-based language used predominantly to support those with special educational needs, have released free materials including updated symbols for Covid- 19 and a series of boredom buster activities

https://www.widgit.com/covid19.htm?utm_source=Widgit+Bulletin+List&utm_campaign=697df1f259-WIDGIT-JOURNAL-APRIL-2020&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff234fd52c-697df1f259-501179617&mc_cid=697df1f259&mc_eid=ea3d81164c

 

https://www.widgit.com/resources/popular-topics/index.htm?utm_source=Widgit+Bulletin+List&utm_campaign=697df1f259-WIDGIT-JOURNAL-APRIL-2020&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff234fd52c-697df1f259-501179617&mc_cid=697df1f259&mc_eid=ea3d81164c 

 

NHS Guidance on looking after children and young children during the cornavirus outbreak

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/looking-after-children-and-young-people-during-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/

 

 

Just a few little ideas you may want to try with your children whilst you are at home.

Activity 3:

Activity 2:

Activity 1:

 

Mental Health Links

Click here to access a document with some links to websites and ideas to keep your minds and bodies active

Mental Health and Well-Being Links

Mental Health Pack

With the closure of schools, we have collated some mental health resources to support you during this time.

Coronavirus Mental Health Pack