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Wellbeing Activities for June

Hello everyone, I hope you are all managing to keep safe, and are being kind. Here is a range of things that you can try in June to keep yourself feeling well. You can do them in whatever order you want of course. I really hope you like them. Please let me know what you think. Email me at: wellbeing@dovecote.school

                                                                                                                     Ms Lawrence 

Elsa wellbeing June

Mental Health Awareness Week 18-24 May 2020

Being kind to ourselves and others can really help us feel good - improve ours and others wellbeing. We have seen people being so kind to each other over the past few months so let's really focus on Kindness this coming week. There are some things for you to do below. Please email how you get on at: wellbeing@dovecote.school

Happy Heart Hunt

happy heart hunt

 Just make a heart from any object and tape it to a street-facing window to send your love out to the world. Encourage all your friends to do the same. Then, in a few days, take a family walk (keeping 6 feet distance from others!) to search for other hearts on houses. How fun it will be to watch the love grow!

Kindness colouring

These colouring sheets have some lovely 'kindness' quotes.  If you can't print them out, then maybe you could copy out the quote and draw your own picture. They are from the 'Random Acts of Kindness' website which would be a very good site to look at this week.

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14 day Wellbeing Challenge w/c 18th May 2020

Open the pdf document below and click on the blue writing which will take you to the activity to either download or just have a go at. Let me know how you get on! Ask an adult to email or send a picture/photo if you can to: wellbeing@dovecote.school.

elsa support 14 day

Wellbeing

calming script
 

Wellbeing activities grid

WB GRID 1(2)
 
 

Mental Health and Wellbeing resources

Here is a list of various resources that can help with emotional and mental wellbeing particularly during this COVID19 crisis. 

Child friendly COVID booklet

This is a great booklet/story that explains the coronavirus in a child-friendly way. If you would like the story in a different language, look on the resources list adjacent for covibook-mindheart.

Helping children cope with stress

In the pdf document below is advice given by the World Health Organisation to help children cope with stress during the COVID19 outbreak.

Nottingham City Education Psychology Service

Here are some more tips/advice and links to support both parents and children during the COVID 19 outbreak.

5 ways to Wellbeing at home

There are 5 main elements that will help improve an overall wellbeing. Take a look! You'll be surprised what a difference they will make to how you are feeling.

Nottingham City Council Help

Nottingham City Council is offering help to those that are self-isolating and need support. They are also providing useful help and contacts in terms of safeguarding and money help and advice. 

Safeguarding

You will find below safeguarding information for children/adults/families who are struggling or potentially suffering abuse or neglect.

The School Bus

This says it's a staff mental health 'calendar' with 30 ideas to help with wellbeing. Definitely worth sharing with everyone! 

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