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Emma Clark

Pastoral leader


Wellbeing and Mental Health 

The children across the federation have been learning how to recognise emotions and feelings which will support them in being able to calm down more effectively and manage their behaviour.  This in turn will enable them to form healthy relationships & friendships and can help them deal with life’s set-backs.  

Every day the children ‘check-in’ on a 0-10 scale, 0 being worst day every, 10 the best ever. Try it with your child today and see what numbers you are. 



What is mindfulness? 

Mindfulness can help children manage their emotions and promotes self-regulation. 

Clink the link for 5 Fun Mindfulness activities you can do with your child at home. 

5 Fun Mindfulness Activities for Children – Big Life Journal UK ( 



Anxiety is a feeling of worry or fear that a child can experience as combined thoughts or feelings. These can also manifest into physical sensations, headaches, sickness, feeling shaky. It is a normal part of growing up that all children will, at some time, feel worried (before a test, change of routine or health issues for example) and a majority of children will be able to calm themselves down and feel better. Though for some children this can be hard to achieve and the feelings they experience can become overwhelming and distressing. Below are some websites that offer support and advice to parents. 

Young Minds - Anxiety ( 

Nip in the bud - Anxiety - Nip in the Bud 

anxious_child.pdf ( 


The Huge Bag of Worries by Virginia Ironside is a book that is used across all the schools to encourage children to open up about their worries and anxieties. 

The Huge Bag of Worries - YouTube 

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