Wellbeing for Parents and families
At Croxton Kerrial CE Primary School, we are committed to supporting your child's wellbeing. Here is some information and resources to help support their wellbeing at home.
Find time for family
Facts about vaping
Get help this winter
Is my child too ill to attend school?
This is a question we are often asked and sometimes there is no way we can provide an answer specifically, either because we're not doctors or because it's not within our experience. By clicking on the picture below, you will be taken directly to the NHS webpage that may help you make a decision.
In all cases of illness, do keep in touch with the school and if you're ever concerned that your child's illness is of a serious nature, then dial 999.
Help for Households
The government have launched a scheme to help those who are struggling financially.
Please see link here for further information. Help for Households - Get government cost of living support
Supporting good mental health
The effects of mental health problems are huge, and given the challenging times we are living in with coronavirus, it's more important than ever that we take steps to support good mental health.
To that end, the Church of England website have updated their mental health reflections booklet with new material to provide hope, reassurance and comfort.
The 13 daily reflections are also available as a podcast series. Visit their site by clicking on the picture below.
Speak Out, Stay Safe
The NSPCC have worked with schools over the years to help keep children safe. They have now produced a video, with the help of Ant and Dec, for parents to sit and watch with their children to reinforce key messages we give them at school. You can find the video below.
They have also produced some resources that can be used by parents/carers to enable further discussion whilst doing activities with their children. These are hosted on the NSPCC website at www.nspcc.org.uk/activities.
Other resources are available on NSPCC webpages to support schools and parents/carers or you can go directly to NSPCC Learning.
Online safety hub
The list of resources includes links to their Online Safety Hub where you will find advice and information on a range of different online safety topics including gaming, social media, sharing nudes, parental controls and more.
You will also find online safety information for families of children with additional needs and disabilities. We have worked with Ambitious about Autism and parents and carers who have children with additional needs and disabilities to create activities to help talk about online safety (see links in resources list).
Looking After Your Child's Eyes
A Story to Share
Supporting your child with their worries
The Ukraine-helping children cope with conflict
Are you eligible to receive additional funding?
Educate Against Hate
We are an Operation Encompass School
Supporting Mental Health
Books to Support Wellbeing
Little Parachutes have a range of picture books that help young children cope with their emotions and deal positively with new experiences, situations and issues.
They deliver comfort, reassurance and acknowledgement to children at times when they need it the most, all wrapped up in the gentle familiarity of a story.
Themes include: anxiety, bereavement, aggression, tantrums, divorce.
Mental Health support for children and parents.