Look after your mental health and well-being
Students – It’s important to take care of yourself and get the most from life. There are lots of practical ways to look after your mental health, such as:
- Do something you are good at
- Talk about your feelings
- Care for others
- Keep active
- Eat well
- Keep in touch with friends
You can probably think of lots of other ways to improve your well-being – why not share your ideas with your friends and family?
It's also really important to ask for help if you are feeling down or unhappy about how things are going for you. Don't let things get on top of you.
Teachers and other members of staff can help you find someone to talk to.
In the left hand column of this page you will see some resources that you can download that may help you. Parents – we hope these resources will be useful for you too.
The links below will lead you to organisations that can help you cope with what is a very difficult time:
A video from the Anna Freud Centre, a children's charity dedicated to providing training & support for child mental health services:
Kooth XenZone, is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use:
The SEMH local offer on the local authority website is a fantastic source of information to gather any sort of material or advice if and when you need it.
The British Psychological Society offers advice to schools, parents and carers to help children through the uncertainty of school closures: