These pages have a variety of resources that can help your and your children’s health and wellbeing


The children celebrated World Mental Health Day. They learned about resilience and discussed the importance of feeling positive. They discovered that our mental health is just like our physical health, everybody has it and we need to take care of it.

Please watch this short video about how the flu vaccine is administered to children 


The children enjoyed reading the most inspirational book The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse, by Charlie Mackesy. They produced the most wonderful pieces of work based on Love, Friendship, and Kindness.

Please view our new exciting videos to help support our school community’s wellbeing

https://youtu.be/k47sxAaQlds Calm hand breathing

https://youtu.be/A-204MobB5I Little circles breathing for calmness

https://youtu.be/laH5HgjXenA Calm square breathing

https://youtu.be/42CcgUj4Ngg Colour imagery for stress reduction

https://youtu.be/Nep9do-pmho Notice 5 things – reduce anxiety levels

https://youtu.be/S9VjeIWLnEg Handwashing for KS2 children

https://youtu.be/aGJNspLRdrc Handwashing for KS2 children 

https://youtu.be/nxd-bHfGsDw Roar Rainbow

https://youtu.be/TnzijzTw_WI Roar Distress Scale

If you are feeling rather overwhelmed by stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic, there is support available through MerseyCare. You can find out more here.

In May 2022, we celebrated ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’ and the theme was ‘Nature and the Environment. Please see the link for further information.


This year, ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’ is taking place from 15th-21st May 2023. The official theme for this year is anxiety. Resources will be available shortly.


Here is a Spring message from Santa.

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Guided Meditation

Here is a meditation session for children to help them deal with change and feeling more secure.

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Calm is offering ‘soothing meditations’, a ‘calm masterclass’, ‘calm kids’ and mindfulness resources. 

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Headspace has a collection called ‘Weathering the Storm’ which includes meditations, sleep and movement exercises. Access this via the website.

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Some contacts that may be useful:



A guided imagery session aimed at reducing stress and anxiety.

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Restful sleep guided imagery.

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