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Wellbeing Information During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Wellbeing


7 Ways To Help Children And Young People Who Are Worried.

A useful guide, produced by The Anna Freud Centre, to helping children and young people manage

Anxious Children


Children are generally very resilient and, in a loving and nurturing environment, will often work through problems and difficult times without needing too much additional help. However, we have some exercises that will help your child explore, express and explain their worries.


In school, the children carry out a number of these activities and it is important that these continue at home too.  One important point is not to wait until you see your child being anxious and stressed to try these exercises. Build them into your day as a regular event.


Relaxation Exercises

Yoga sequences and stretches

Take 5

Happy breathing

Feather blowing

Candle blowing



The Worry Monster


In school, the children use a worry monster. The cuddly monster "eats" the worries. Click here to view a YouTube video for more information

 Your child may already have a cuddly toy that you could use.

Links to Wellbeing and Mental Health Resources for Parents and Carers during the COVID19 Outbreak


  • Coronavirus and your wellbeingA useful resource about maintaining the mental health and wellbeing of you and your family during the coronavirus pandemic from mental health charity MIND.
  • Childline: Calm ZoneGreat tips and resources from Childline to help children relax and stay calm
  • Child Bereavement UKSupporting bereaved children and young people - a range of videos and resources with practical advice and support at a difficult time