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  • Winter Wellbeing

    Published 06/12/22

    The festive season is often associated with feelings of excitement and happiness, but for some it may not always be a positive time.
    The shorter days, colder temperatures and the pressures associated with this time of year can impact many people, adults and children alike.
    In these resources, from Mentally Healthy Schools, you will find activities to help boost winter wellbeing for children and tools to help them manage their emotions.

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  • A support and self-help guide

    Published 20/07/21

    A support and self-help guide for children, young people and their families produced by the Norfolk and Waveney Children and Young People's Mental Health Service.

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  • Return to School: Supporting pupils and parents/carers

    Published 05/03/21

    The coronavirus outbreak may have caused significant mental health or wellbeing difficulties for some pupils and their families. It is important to recognise that while returning to school is important and will be reassuring for many, some pupils and their families will require reassurance and support. Below are resources that have been compiled by Norfolk County Council to support your approach to this.

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  • Mindfulness links

    Published 02/02/21

    Here are a collection of websites that are designed to help young people with mindfulness.

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  • Help young people manage anxiety

    Published 02/02/21

    Created by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, this booklet draws on the existing evidence base around self-care and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to think about how we can support children and young people struggling with anxiety. It is aimed at supporting adults who are playing a more significant role than ever in their child’s education at a challenging time.

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  • Talking mental health with young people

    Published 02/02/21

    Created by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, this leaflet features an introduction from their Patron, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge who supported the You're never too young to talk mental health campaign stating the campaign's resources "demonstrate how we can help children express their feelings, respond appropriately, and prevent small problems from snowballing into bigger ones."

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  • Managing my moments!​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

    Published 02/02/21

    A Norfolk County Council resource created to help equip children and young people of all ages with strategies to support emotional health and wellbeing behaviours. 

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