This page is designed to provide you with ideas and clips that will help your well-being and introduce you to mindfulness.

Weekly Assembly

 

 

 

 

 

Wellbeing support for students

Every Mind Matters is now tailored to support people through social distancing and home isolation. Find guidance, advice and tips on how to maintain your mental wellbeing if you need to stay at home or are worried and anxious about the outbreak. https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/coronavirus-covid-19-anxiety-tips/

Clips from MiSP (Mindfulness in Schools Project)

Beditation

Playing Attention

Mindfulness

Mind for better mental health This page provides guidance on all areas to support mental health in both adults and children.

 

 

Top tips: 

Create a rough plan for the day in order to structure your time.

Example day:

  • Breakfast
  • 30 Minutes mindfulness / yoga / exercise (Joe Wicks @thebodycoach P.E. With Joe )
  • 30 -60 mins of work
  • Break / Snack
  • 30 – 60 mins of work
  • Lunch
  • 30 mins work
  • Break – do something you enjoy e.g. Colouring / writing a diary / in the garden / listening to music / dancing
  • TV time

Student well-being is central to all we do at Saltash Community School. Our Pastoral Hub is staffed and open all day for any student who may need to seek advice or deal with an issue. In addition, every morning we run a triage system where organisations from the local community provided support to students who are in need.

We also have an in house counselling service provided by Psychology Associates. Saltash Community School has a whole school well-being programme, entitled BeWell. This programme gives students the opportunity to discuss the importance of both physical and mental health. Our aim is to help our students build resilience and strength to deal with the new challenges and stresses they face.

BeWell Drop Down Day

In February 2019  students took part in the second BeWell Drop Down Day, as part of the whole school health and wellbeing programme BeWell. On BeWell Day, all students are off timetable and given the opportunity to choose up to 4 sessions and workshops that focus on various different aspects of health and wellbeing. The final session of the day is a period of reflection. Session areas on the day include:

  • Practical fitness sessions.
  • Mixed sessions focusing on nutrition and training.
  • Creative arts sessions.
  • Drugs and alcohol awareness.
  • Dealing with bereavement and loss.
  • Dealing with anxiety.
  • Body confidence sessions.
  • Practical sessions focusing on food, health and wellbeing.
  • Sexuality and gender

Students have been given the option to choose which sessions most appeal to them through an online option form, as it is our aim to deliver a personalised timetable, catered to each individual student for the day. You can read about our first ever BeWell Day HERE, or below.

BeWell