Wellbeing & Positive Mental Health Resources
The Mental Health and Wellbeing of our children is extremely important; we have put together the following resources to support our children and parents.
If you are concerned about your child’s Mental Health and Wellbeing, please contact the school and we will then discuss with you whether it is appropriate to complete a referral to the Public Health Nursing Service.
Southampton Mental Health in Schools Team have produced a Primary School flip book newsletter with useful resources for
children and support information with phone numbers for parents to access. https://online.
To support Children’s Wellbeing and Positive Mental Health you may wish to access support from online resources and guidance available:
Young Minds - Tips, advice and guidance on where you can get support for your mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Mentally Healthy Schools - Many of these resources can be used for remote learning, and they can all be used to keep the conversation going once schools return.
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families – The following free digital resources have been developed by Centre staff to provide advice and guidance to parents and
carers who may be supporting and child or young person who may be struggling with poor mental health.
Anna Freud has produced tools and activities full of simple wellbeing strategies that will help develop good mental health habits in children, young people and adults – for a happier, healthier
The Lily-Jo Project - Lily-Jo is a singer/songwriter from Manchester in the UK and she is also a trained Counsellor. She has created an online mental health site with
resources designed to help children and parents help themselves and help others. There are videos to watch and songs to listen to, top tips and other resources.
Bitterne CE Primary School