Wellbeing Support

It is very important that we consider the wellbeing of children, adults and families as we adapt to this different way of working and living. 

There is a selection of information and places to access help below and we will add to this as high quality resources become available. There is so much on the internet we will keep the amount we publish to a trusted and limited amount. 

Our good friends at Just B are yet again being brilliant:

you can also look for Just B on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/JustBSupport/

Resource information 

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Woman struggling with relationships 

Click Here

Men struggling with relationships 

Click Here

Children struggling and worried about things

Child Line

NSPCC

Youngminds has a helpful explanation for anxiety in children and self help

Click Here

Mind for adults who may be struggling with mental health 

Click Here

Mindful relaxation to manage anxiety

Click Here

Autism - Corona Virus social Story

Click Here
IDAS - live online chat for people feeling isolated Click Here
Emerging Minds - supporting children and young people with anxiety Click Here
NSPCC Click Here
Worried about a child or family - Safeguarding Click Here
Young carers - for children looking after others Click Here
Stories - parents worried about reading   Click Here
Safeguarding Policy - Annexe March 2020 Click Here
Children's Commissioner   - Children's guide to Corona  Click here
Dave the Dog  - A story to help explain the current situation to children
Click here

 Staying Healthy

Eating well is a really important way of keeping our mind and body healthy. This is even more important when our access to the outdoors and normal way of life is interrupted. Over the past few months, we have been developing a new cooking curriculum to teach children of all ages the importance of being able to cook. 

At this time, we know that some of you may be concerned about being able to afford healthy meals for your children or are struggling for time due to working from home. To provide ideas and inspiration, we have put together a selection of recipes from our cooking curriculum for you to try over the coming weeks.

All the recipes are designed to be tasty, nutritional, low cost and made with easily accessible ingredients. They are also easy to follow and don't take too long to make. 

Breakfast Ideas
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Muesli Omelette
Salads, Soups, and Dips
Couscous with fruit and veggies Guacamole Moroccan Carrot Salad
Red Pepper Salsa Lentil Soup Tomato and Carrot Soup
Pasta, Rice and Potatoes
Irish Potato Cakes Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce Vegetable Pasta Bake
Fish
Fish Fingers Prawn and Vegetable Stir-Fry Tuna Pasta Bake
Meat
Beef Burgers Chicken Risotto Chicken Stir-Fry
Chilli Con Carne Meatballs in Tomato Sauce Shepherd's Pie
Spaghetti Bolognese
Vegetarian
Cauliflower Cheese Honey Vegetable Kebabs Ratatouille
Red Bean Burgers Vegetable Biryani Vegetable Stew
Desserts
Melon Ice Lollies No Cook Orange Cheesecake Rice Pudding (microwave method)