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Mental Health and Well Being

It is important to look after your mental well-being, particularly at this time. Some of the resources below may help your child and family.

As part of our well-being focus during Children's Mental Health Week, Class 3 made a video compilation of what makes them happy. They hope that people feel more uplifted by watching it.


The CAMHS led 'Mood Booster' sessions for Key Stage 2 shared helpful resources from the Childline website. Click the buttons to see them:

Calm ZoneCoping Kit

Find support at this NHS pageSupporting children and young people with their mental health and wellbeing

Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families website has quality-assured mental health resources, information & advice for schools and parents of primary age children.

Mentally Healthy Schools

Young Minds website offers tips, advice and where to get support for your child's mental health

Young Minds

 Wakefield Mental Health Provider Alliance and the Educational Psychology team have produced these booklets to help

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Action for happiness coping calendar

For children

Some things that happen in the world can make us scared, confused, and unsafe, or like we don’t have any control. However you feel, it can really help to share your feelings and get support. Click Worries about the world for advice.

Useful contact information for mental well-being support

useful contact information.pdf

Useful apps

Useful Apps-

Calm- Mindfulness and meditation exercises.

Calm Harm- Help advice for managing self-harm.

Fabulous- App providing daily motivation and helping you learn positive self-care habits.

FearTools- App to help you understand anxiety.

FeelingGood- Guided imagery and listening tools to improve your mood.

HeadSpace- Mindfulness and meditation exercises for adults and children.

MeeTwo- Safe space for young people to talk and share problems and seek advice.

MoodTools- App to help you monitor mood, make safety plans and have useful contacts for support.

Stay Alive-Suicide prevention resource to help you stay safe in crisis.

Worrinots- For primary aged children to share what makes them anxious and learn how to look after their emotions.

WYSA- Happiness buddy and stress and anxiety Chatbot

Self help workbooks


Might Moe- An Anxiety Workbook for Children

Young people

Moodjuice- Self Help workbooks exploring anxiety, low mood, stress, bereavement, sleep problems and anger.


Northumberland and Tyne NHS Self-help guides available to download online for a wide range of mental health areas. Home self help guides

Anxiety and Worry 

Resources from Wakefield Child and Adolescent Health Service.

 Sleep Difficulties

Resources from Wakefield Child and Adolescent Health Service.