Supporting individual needs

Is your child starting school for the first time in September? Here are some practical things you can do at home to help your child get ready to start school and feel confident about their new adventure: Walk past the new school often to help them become familiar with the journey and this new part of their daily routine. Look at the school website, this may show some of ...

Self-care is all about what you can do to look after your own emotional and mental well-being.  The good news is you are never too young (or too old) to start!  The summer holidays are a great time to see what you can do for yourself. The Anna Freud Centre has produced some lovely resources that can be accessed by everyone.  They have produced a primary school and secondary sc ...

Here it is: Ant's last VLOG of the school year.  Have a great summer break everybody.  See you again soon.   ...

Here is Ant with the 4th video. He is reminding us about what you were learning about in the Second Step sessions in school. He is also asking for you to share your views about what the Second Step experience has been like for you. If you are in school at the moment, your teachers will be asking you to share your views using a questionnaire. We've also made an online questionn ...

Welcome back to week 3 of our VLOG!  This week it's all about creativity:   ...

To support the wellbeing of setting staff, children and young people during the Covid-19 pandemic, we have created several short briefings and information sheets that consider the psychological aspects of the transition back to school. The briefings include: Trauma-informed Transition back to school; Returning to school: supporting staff wellbeing; Returning to school: b ...

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