A page focused on providing ideas and tips for how to boost your family's well-being.
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At Woodmansterne, we value a child’s mental health as much as their physical health. We want to equip the children at Woodmansterne with the skills to take care of their minds and emotional wellbeing. We are using the Head First curriculum to give our children the necessary skills to help them identify, self-manage and learn to understand and control their emotions. Throughout our whole curriculum we are developing ways to help children improve their well-being through outdoor learning, PSHE lessons, e-safety and a healthy diet.
To help support this at home it would be fantastic if you could embrace our G.R.E.A.T. values. Please see attached resources to see how you can achieve the family mental health 5 a-day.
Click here to watch a video explaining the family mental health 5 a day:
During the summer holidays, it is extremely important that you continue to look after your own and your child's mental health and well-being. Remember the 5 ways of well-being
Below are some fun activities and ideas to help your child keep active and keep busy throughout the summer. You will also receive a 'Summer Dip & Do' full of fun ideas.
Woody Summer Reading Challenge
5 Minute Boredom Buster
20 Screen Free Activities KS2
30 Day Happy Challenge
100 Things to do Indoors
Covid Time Capsule
Fun Indoor Activities
How to Grow a Rainbow
My Feeling Diary KS2
Well-Being Bingo Twenty Minute Boredom Buster KS1
Twenty Minute Boredom Buster KS2
Well-Being Future Jar
50 Things to do on your Walk
Well-being During Lockdown
Dave the Dog Coronavirus
How Big Are My Worries?
How Do You Feel Today Emotions Chart
My Feelings Diary KS2
Stress Busters From our Heart
Top Tips for Working from Home
Woody Calm Poster
Self Care Summer Primary
Link to an article talking about childrens' mental health here