WHS Wellbeing Information

These are undeniably difficult times, but we hope to offer some advice and information to help you cope.

Our existing WHS Wellbeing and Mental Health page gives lots of information and links to further sources of advice for parents & carers.

We will be posting new articles and information to our news feed. These items can be found here: Wellbeing Updates

RECENT WELLBEING POSTS


  • Kindness Matters – Pay it Forward

    Kindness Matters – Pay it Forward

    WHS is following the Mental Health Foundation’s Mental Health Awareness Week (18th to 24th May), with the message Kindness Matters. If you have received an act of kindness we want to …Read More »
  • Staying Connected

    Staying Connected

    The theme for assemblies in the week commencing 27 April was the importance of connecting, and of staying connected with others and yourself.  The image below reminds our students that …Read More »
  • Hope to Cope When Things Go Wrong

    Hope to Cope When Things Go Wrong

    Ever wondered about how to cope when things go wrong? Liz O’Riordan talks about her personal journey with really simple actions we can take to develop resilience and self-care strategies …Read More »
  • Mental Health Awareness Week

    Mental Health Awareness Week

    Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 18-24 May 2020. This year’s theme is kindness. Kindness is defined by doing something for yourself and others, motivated by genuine desire to …Read More »
  • Recommended Talk – How to Boss Your Mood

    Recommended Talk – How to Boss Your Mood

    Our Year 13 Student Manager, Mrs Swan, watched this talk and felt it had some basic tools to use when we feel anxious, which can be applied everyday and in …Read More »

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