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Supporting your Child's Wellbeing

Good practice for remote learning - How do I build new routines at home?

Building Daily Routines For Remote Learning

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Building Daily Routines For Remote Learning
Supporting children's mental health:
Young Minds - Parent(s) / Carer(s) can quickly answer 6 questions to discover the best support for your child right now.

REACH - mental wellbeing activity sheets to support having conversations about your children's worries and emotions as well as helping them to think about things that make them happy..

Relaxation and breathing strategies:

Try these with your child to teach them ways that they can manage their emotions.

If you feel your child needs more specialist help or resources:

If you have more serious concerns that your child is struggling with their mental wellbeing and you feel you need more specialist support to help them please use the following links.

 

Your family GP- they can offer advice, support and make referrals if necessary.

 

Forward Thinking Birmingham - PAUSE Clinic

Due to COVID-19 the drop-in clinic is not running. Advice from specialist, trained mental health practitioners can be obtained though the following methods:

Email - askbeam@childrenssociety.org.uk

Tel- 0207 841 4470

Opening hours are 10am-6pm 7 days a week

 

Forward Thinking Birmingham Access Centre CRISIS TEAM (if you need urgent help)

0121 262 3555

 

Kooth - Anonymous online support and counselling. www.kooth.com

 

Educational Psychology

The school Educational Psychology service are offering a free support service for parents. Please read the flyer below for information on who and how to contact.

How to support your child through a bereavement:

If your family has sadly experienced the loss of a relative or loved one you may find yourself try to manage your own emotions as well as those of your child. Please visit the websites below for support.

 

https://www.netmums.com/child/helping-children-cope-with-bereavement

 

https://www.sueryder.org/how-we-can-help/someone-close-to-me-has-died/advice-and-support/how-do-i-support-a-bereaved-child

 

https://www.cruse.org.uk/

 

https://www.childbereavementuk.org/supporting-bereaved-children-and-young-people

 

If you have suffered a loss, please also make sure you are getting the support that you need to help you through this difficult time. Our Parent Wellbeing page has some useful advice and support links.

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  • Conway Primary School

    Conway Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham,
    West Midlands, B11 1NS

  • 0121 675 0622

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