Menu
Home Page

Mental Health and Well Being.

Welcome to the Mental Health and Well Being page.

Children's Mental Health Week

3rd-9th February

The National Statistics show that 1 in 8 children and young people suffer with a  mental health issue. 

Often at a younger age children find it difficult to understand and explain how they are feeling.

 

At Homefields we are dedicated to supporting the well being of our children by ensuring that they know they have someone to talk to. During Children's Mental Health week we will be working with our children in the classrooms and in assemblies to promote the 5 ways to good mental health.

 

Our main message will be "Finding your Brave" where sharing our worries and emotions and asking for help can help us mentally. Also, pushing outside our comfort zone and trying something new can help us feel good about ourselves.

 

 

 

Mrs Rollerson (Mental Health and Well Being Lead)

Do you think you've got what it takes to be a playground buddy? Are you kind and friendly and want to make a difference? Do you have the skills to sort out little friendship problems with the younger children on the playground. Then we need you. Fill in the application form below and hand it in to Mrs Rollerson by 14.02.2020 and you could become a mini leader!

Mental Health and Well Being Policy

Mindfulness and Relaxation Activities

Some Useful Sites

www.youngminds.org.uk (young people's mental health charity)

 

Kooth.com  (online counselling organisation for age 10 and above)

 

actionforchildren.org.uk/derbyshire/build-sound-minds/  (charity and support group)

 

www.nhs.uk/Mental/Health       (every mind matters mental health plan)

Top