Rosebank Primary School

"We are all friends and together we succeed"

Family Wellbeing

Here you will find information, tips and activities relating to mental health & wellbeing to support the whole family.  The resources below have been selected by our Jaguars teacher and PSHE lead, Miss Smith, to help you and your child deal with thoughts, feelings and any anxieties. 

 What support is available?

Listed below are key organisations you can contact if seeking some support for yourself, your child or someone you are concerned about during the lockdown. 

Need to talk? 'Samaritans' are there to listen 24 hours/7 days a week.

Tel: 116 123 (free number)

Email: jo@samaritans.org

Website: Samaritans 

Mental health advice & support - visit the 'Mind' website

Website: Mind 

Read about "Mind & Coronavirus"

Mental health information for everyone in Leeds - visit the 'Mindwell' website

Website: Mindwell 

Read about "Mindwell & Coronavirus"

 

Children's mental health support - MindMate will work with local services to help find the right support for your child

Tel: 0300 555 0324

(during office hrs)

Website: Mindmate

Good Days in Unusual Times

The book "Good days in unusual times" by Anne-Mette Lange, gives tips and ideas for children to stay happy during the lockdown.  It includes things such as:

Making a plan to help structure the day

Eating healthy meals

Making a list of fun ideas

Learning a new skill from home

Click here for the "Good Days in Unusual Times" illustrated book

Emotion Wheel

Make an Emotion Wheel to help all the family express how they are feeling through the use of pictures.  Click on the link below to find out more.

Click here for the full "Emotion Wheel"

Sentence Starters

Sentence Starters can be useful prompts for children who are struggling to order their thinking or express the way they are feeling.  Use the sentence starters below to communicate verbally or to write down thoughts and feelings.

Click here for the PDF version of "Sentence Starters"

Emotional Check-In

This resource can be used to help conversations with your child to find out their current emotions and identify what helps them to feel happy and calm.

Click here for the full "Emotional Check-In" document

Tips from the National Autistic Society

Children communicate their emotions in different ways and this may be non verbal.  The "Coronavirus: Top Tips" link below will take you to online resources to help support your child with unexpected changes.Click here for "Coronavirus: Top Tips from the National Autistic Society"

Below are some further links for more information on coronavirus and autism:Information on coronavirus & autism from the National Autistic Society"Online Community" to share experiences on autism during lockdown

 Relationship Matters 

Click on the link below for strategies and support for reducing parental conflict and the impact this may have on children.

Relationship Matters - information to reduce the impact of parental conflict on children

 

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