Wellbeing & Mental Health
We hope the following links and resources will help you and your family.
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY (posted November 2021) Caudwell Children is offering 100% charity-funded autism assessments for children aged 4-11 yrs with a household income less than £45,000 (excluding benefits).There is a 3-month appointment lead time, click here for more information.
Happy January Calendar – January 2022
Practical tips to support children’s wellbeing and manage behaviour – November 2021
Digital Wellbeing Guide, February 2021
7 ways to support children and young people who are worried
DSPL communication for Parents/Carers
Information from Domestic Abuse Partnership
Free EBook: ‘Everybody Worries’ by Jon Burgerman
Healthy Young Minds
Anna Freud Mental Health booklet
Dacorum Family Services Info Poster
DSPL Mindfulness leaflet
Mental Health for Parents leaflet
Mental Health for Young People leaflet
Returning to School
Resources by Dr Kathy Weston
Sensory Sensitivities and Emotional Regulation
5 point card
Blank rating scale
First aid for feelings
Strategies to address need
Zones of Regulation
Five Ways to Wellbeing diagram
If you have suffered a bereavement and feel that school can support, please do contact us.
Coronavirus Bereavement – an NHS guide for Parents & Carers
Coronavirus Bereavement – an NHS guide for teenagers
Coronavirus Bereavement – an NHS guide for adults
NHS bereavement support
Books to support Bereavement
Dogger – gentle intro to discussion for very young children
Badger’s Parting Gifts by Susan Varley (particularly useful if an older person has died).
Michael Rosen’s Sad Book
Tattybogle by Sandra Ann Horn
Muddles, Puddles & Sunshine by Winstons Wish – is an activity book.
Vicky Angel by Jaqueline Wilson (a friend’s death, for older children)