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Mental Health

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Mental Health

At Carlton Colville, we commit to supporting positive mental health and wellbeing for our whole school community (children, staff, parents and carers). Mental health and emotional wellbeing is just as important in our lives as physical health.
Anyone can experience challenges that can make us vulnerable.  At times, anyone may need additional help and support.
Over the course of this academic year, we will strive to continue our school’s mental health provision. This includes staff training and additional education for our pupils. Pupil support include lessons, assemblies, help from community visitors’ and taking part in mental health days.
When possible, we try to support and educate pupils to help them to manage times of change and stress and to reach their potential.
Our role helps pupils to become more aware of: -
How to maintain positive mental health.

  • What affects their mental health?
  • How they can help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health.
  • Where they can go if they need support.



Our Mental Health Offer

Celebrating World Mental Health Day in School

Here are some photographs from our recent Mental Health and Wellbeing day. All pupils were encouraged to consider their own Mental Health and Wellbeing. All pupils were encouraged to consider ways of supporting others with kindness and good thoughts.

Key websites for general information, advice and resources on child Mental health and Wellbeing .

Apps for Young People
Ollee is an app to help children aged 8 - 11 explore their emotional wellbeing developed by BBC Children In Need. 
Calming and breathing strategies 
Finger Breathing Pooky: - (Pooky Knightsmith)

Box Breathing Pooky (Pooky Knightsmith)

Top phrases for calming anxious children (Pooky Knightsmith)

Keeping Calm – Hunter and Eve

Mindful Moments

What is mindfulness? How do you do it? (Cosmic Kids) 

Be the pond (Cosmic Kids)

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