Category Archives: Wellbeing Updates

How to Support Anxious/Avoidant Online Learners

Join this free online session for parents and professionals, with advice on “How to Support Anxious / Avoidant Online Learners” Wednesday 3rd February at 4pm During this one hour webinar, parent and educator Tom Vodden will walk you through some guiding principles and practical ideas for supporting children and young people are not gelling well […]

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MH and Wellbeing Support from Kooth

With the latest lockdown and school closures, young people may greatly benefit from some additional support with their mental health. Kooth can offer that MH and wellbeing support to young people in Cumbria aged 11-18. They are hosting a virtual information session on Tuesday, 2  February at 12-1pm. This will offer an insight into the […]

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Looking After Wellbeing

Supporting your teen’s wellbeing during coronavirus You might be feeling worried about your child’s wellbeing or mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, and want to know how to help. MIND has some tips on how to support your teen’s wellbeing, including advice on ways to get help: Supporting your teen’s wellbeing Looking after your own […]

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Wellbeing Briefing: Finding Support

  This year’s festive period could be particularly difficult for many, so finding support is the focus of this week’s wellbeing briefing. Kooth is a online service with lots of helpful features. It offers free, safe and anonymous support. Their video below (which is just over 7 minutes long) explains how to access the many services […]

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Wellbeing Briefing: Teenage Positivity

This week’s Wellbeing Briefing focused on TEENAGE POSITIVITY. This is the last one on the theme of Collective Responsibility where we all need to look after each other and remember we are all unique. A key message is to be RESILIENT and to seek support if you are worried or concerned. The shared video explains […]

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Wellbeing Briefing: Remembrance

In this week of Remembrance, during the Wellbeing Briefing, Mrs Mothersdale shared stories about the fortunes of some of her relatives during the First and Second World Wars. In their wartime roles, her Great Uncles and Grandparents acted with collective responsibility, but unlike today, they were sadly not encouraged to talk about the traumatic events […]

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Collective Responsibility for Wellbeing

This week’s wellbeing briefing focuses on Collective Responsibility and how, by doing our individual bit to help achieve a common goal, it can have a great benefit on our wellbeing. Click here to view Mrs Mothersdale’s briefing During November, there are plenty of opportunities for us to work together to raise both awareness and money […]

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