Children's Mental Health Week - Class Activities

Class Activities

The first week of February was Children's Mental Health Week. We designed this planner with some daily activities teachers could do with their class remotely to support their wellbeing through the 2020 and 2021 lockdowns. This resource is still relevant and teachers can use it during the school week to help engage with their students.

While these steps can help to improve children's mood and wellbeing by allowing them to focus on the good and feel connected to the world around them, if a student in your care is showing signs of mental ill-health, these steps cannot be used in lieu of effective intervention. Always follow your safeguarding policy when you are worried about the mental health or wellbeing of a child or young person.

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