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Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health Awareness Week  -  9th-15th May 2022

Loneliness and its Impact on Mental Health 

The Mental Health Support Teams have provided the resources below for pupils and students, parents and carers, and school staff.  Please take a look at them for more information.

Loneliness School Pack Loneliness Guide for Pupils Loneliness Guide for Staff Loneliness Guide for Parents and Caregivers Loneliness School Posters

Music for self-care school resources

Please see below links to training opportunities provided by MHST which is available to parents/carers and young people.  The links will take you directly to the site where you can find out more about the events and book onto the online training workshops quickly and easily.  


03/03/2022 Mental Health Awareness (Parent/Carer) 18:00-19:30


15/03/2022 Self-esteem (Secondary/College Pupils) 16:00-17:30


05/04/2022 Parent & Child Worry (Parent/Carer) 10:00-11:30


14/04/2022 Exam Stress (Secondary/College Pupils) 13:00-14:30


26/04/2022 Healthy Living (Staff & Parent/Carer) 15:30-17:00



Mental Health Awareness Day - Sunday 10th October 2021



In support of World Mental Health Awareness Day, we are encouraging pupils and staff to wear something YELLOW to school on Friday 8th October 2021. Pupils will participate in a range of activities that support positive mental health and wellbeing!                                                                                J


Warren Wood School Council

For further information and support , please click on the links below.

Supporting Parents Helpfinder (Young Minds)

Times are tough for many people right now. Parents find themselves pulled in many different directions and children may be struggling being in the house for so much longer than usual.

A mixture of concern about COVID-19, working from home and children being at home, along with a possible financial impact, can make for a stressful household.

Young Minds have created a useful 'Supporting Parents Helpfinder'. By answering six questions, parents can find out how to support their child's mental health during the pandemic, and beyond.

Find the help finder here:


Young Minds have also created this useful poster highlighting ways to give support to children when they have angry feelings or outbursts and may help families start a conversation and talk about each other’s feelings.




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Apps for Mental Health and Wellbeing

These apps help to support mental health, wellbeing, calming techniques, mindfulness, scheduled breaks and promoting good sleep habits.

The apps are mostly free, some of which offer in-app purchases.

Dreamy Kid




Sesame Street – Breathe, Think, Do


Mindful Powers


Chill Panda


Mindful Gnats


Smiling Mind




Sleep Town




              All the above apps are recommended by the Department for Education

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Mental Health Support Team - Wellbeing at Christmas

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The Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has put together this short festive video with some top tips on how to look after your wellbeing and mental health over the holidays.


Tel: 01427 615498


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